Courtney Love talked about the tragic death of her husband Kurt Cobain in an interview for the November issue of Vanity Fair.
Courtney Love, 47, says she still carries anger that her husband, the Nirvana frontman, Kurt Cobain killed himself in 1994 by shooting himself in the head.
Speaking to Vanity Fair, Courtney Love said that she would “kill” Kurt Cobain if “he came back right now”.
Courtney Love said: “Mad? Ya think?! If he came back right now I’d have to kill him, for what he did to us. I’d f***ing kill him. I’d f**k him, and then I’d kill him,’ she tells the magazine.
“He OD’d at least five times. I was the f*cking E.M.S. (Emergency Medical Services). I was always sticking pins in his balls. I carried around Narcan!”
Courtney Love, a renowned drug addict, also talked about her parenting regrets and money troubles.
In 2008, Courtney Love claimed that fraudsters used Kurt Cobain’s details to buy a $3 million mansion and steal up to $72 million.
Courtney Love is still obsessed to this day with what she calls “the fraud” and admits at times it has overtaken her relationship with her daughter Frances Bean, who was just two years old when Kurt Cobain took his own life.
“It was my fault! I never read to her,” Courtney Love admitted, addressing her daughter’s inability to read until the age of seven.
Courtney Love continued to lament her mistakes, saying:
“Why didn’t I ever take her to a Broadway show? She f***ing loved those Broadway musicals!”
Courtney Love’s relationship with her daughter Frances has been a turbulent one.
After overdosing in 2003, Courtney Love temporarily lost custody of her daughter when Frances was just 13 years old.
Frances went to live with her grandmother, Kurt Cobain’s mother Wendy O’Connor.
When Frances was 15 year-old, Courtney Love regained custody of her daughter.
After two years, Frances went to live with her grandmother again and Courtney Love took to Twitter to beg her daughter to return.
At the time her spokesman insisted Courtney Love had been “clean for years” and that “strong-willed” Frances had taken the decision on her own to live with her grandmother.