Apparently Twitter hasn't gotten the message quite yet.
Courtney Love reached out to estranged daughter Frances Bean Cobain Saturday again on Twitter, and apologized for saying that Dave Grohl hit on the 19-year-old. "Bean, sorry I believed the gossip," Love tweeted. "Mommy...
Frances Bean Cobain, the daughter of Courtney Love and late Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain, is denying her mother's Twitter rant that claims Dave Grohl hit on her and is calling for the site to ban the Hole singer.
On Tuesday, Love tweeted from her private account: "I hear from frannies roomate that @DaveGrohl hit on frances and that she was curious, I'm not mad at her, him I am about to shoot dead." (Gawker posted a screenshot here.)
Always think before you tweet. New York Rep. Anthony Weiner learned that the hard way (no pun intended) this past week after accidentally tweeting lewd photos of himself, denying it before finally admitting it in a rambling and odd press conference Monday. But Weiner isn't the only public figure, let alone politico, to commit a Twitter faux pas. Behold nine other celeb tweeting gaffes.
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Courtney Love has settled a lawsuit for more than $430,000 over her March 2009 Twitter comments about designer Dawn Simorangkir, The Associated Press reports.
Simorangkir sued the singer, accusing her of making false statements about having a criminal past in a sequence of Twitter posts.
The rock star formally known as Courtney Love is done with her stage name, telling NME magazine, "Courtney Love is dead."
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"We love her when she goes onstage, but I don't need her in the rest of my life," she said. "The name Courtney Love is a way to ...