elliot-wolf - October 18, 2018
I’d love to be on whatever it is that Courtney Love is currently on. My guess is it’s a combination of Adderall and Anheuser-Busch Natty Lights. She’s living life like a low-budget Ocean’s Eleven. Apparently there may or may not have been a scheme involving murder and a plot to steal Kurt Cobain’s guitar. Talk around town is Courtney recruited Ross Butler, an actor from one of the softest series available on Netflix, for a hardcore heist. He basically listed 13 reasons why he wasn’t an ingredient in that cocktail of fuckery that Courtney was serving up. I can personally name 13 reasons why no one should ever be close enough to share air with Courtney Love, this is one of them.
“13 Reasons Why” actor Ross Butler has denied any involvement in an alleged scheme to steal Kurt Cobain‘s guitar from Frances Bean Cobain‘s ex-husband, Isaiah Silva.
Earlier this year, Silva sued Butler, Courtney Love and others for conspiring to kill him with the intent of stealing Cobain’s iconic 1959 Martin D-18E guitar, which went to Silva in the divorce settlement. In documents, obtained by The Blast, Butler asked for the lawsuit against him to be dismissed, claiming, “I never entered into a conspiracy or otherwise agreed to commit any crime against Silva. I never conspired with anyone else to murder or kidnap Silva … or take possession of a guitar that Silva claims Ms. Cobain gave to him as a gift.”
I’m not for the murder part of the plan, but I kind of wish they all went through with the heist half of things. It’s a true crime story worth making a movie out of. And the maraschino cherry on top would be Courtney doing OJ numbers in the pen for committing almost the exact same crime as OJ. If everyone from the past is resorting to degenerate deeds, I hope the next heist I hear about is Jerry Seinfeld putting together a team of three with Frasier and Fran from The Nanny to break into Amy Schumer’s house and steal back all of those stolen jokes.
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