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Courtney Charged

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As discussed at some length here, Love was hospitalized last week for a drug overdose after she attacked a friend’s house trying to get in. Now she’s been charged:

    Singer-actress Courtney Love was charged with a misdemeanor drug count Tuesday, less than a week after she allegedly tried to break into a Los Angeles home.

    Love is scheduled to be arraigned Friday in Los Angeles, said Frank Mateljan, spokesman for the city attorney’s office. Love’s drug tests were still pending, he said. [AP]

Courtney, you stupid selfish bitch, get it the hell together.

More details from Launch:

    Although police spokespersons did not divulge what substance Love was allegedly using, the singer and actress herself posted a somewhat cryptic message on her official website this past Sunday (October 5), which read in part, “Two words…MY house…five words…Don’t F–K with a strong sedative…one word ipecac?…IPECAC? or AMBULANCE?…I lost a day so I couldn’t talk…that motherf–king piece of sh-t in MY house…and I will not even comment on the L.A.P.D….oh and the controlled substance…ONE F–KING WORD…XANAX!”
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  • Golly, gee, Courtney can cuss! Maybe I notice because like most Southern girls I was raised not to. I still have trouble typing MF, and never, ever say it.