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Courtney Love Quietly Settles Strange Lawsuit Filed By Former Son-In-Law

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Mar. 9 2022, Published 3:24 p.m. ET

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Courtney Love has settled the strange lawsuit filed against her by her former son-in-law.

According to KNEWZ, the singer was previously sued by her former son-in-law, Isaiah Silva, who accused Love of being involved in the plotting of a 2016 break-in at his home by a group of individuals pretending to be police officers.

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The lawsuit alleges that Silva was rescued from his apartment in West Hollywood, Calif., at the time of the incident by a friend who was visiting.

According to the outlet, the fake police officers were allegedly planning to force Silva to surrender a guitar that Kurt Cobain used on the special MTV Unplugged in New York back in 1993.

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Love has long been associated with controversy regarding her former marriage to the late Nirvana star, including rumors that she used heroin while pregnant with their daughter Frances Bean.

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After initially denying the rumors of heroin use, Love eventually admitted in the 2015 documentary: Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, that she did use heroin once while pregnant.

According to the publication, Frances — who divorced Silva in 2017 — reportedly had a letter claiming custody of the coveted guitar that intruders were after at Silva's home.

For more information, visit KNEWZ.com

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