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Frances Bean Cobain Loses Her Dad Kurt's MTV Unplugged Guitar In Divorce

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May 16 2018, Updated 5:58 p.m. ET

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Frances Bean Cobain just lost her dad Kurt's guitar in a messy divorce battle with her ex-husband, Isaiah Silva. According to court documents obtained by People, the 25-year-old musician had to give up the prized possession in the divorce settlement.

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Frances and Isaiah married in 2014 and filed for divorce two years later, in March 2016. The daughter of the rock legend was considered a single woman in November, but the couple was still splitting up their assets.

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One item that was holding up the process was the guitar Kurt played during his MTV Unplugged performance in November 1993, less than a year before he died of suicide.

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Isaiah claimed that Frances gave him the guitar as a gift, but she denies that version of events. The guitar is worth millions, according to The Blast. 

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In the court documents, Frances stated Isaiah shouldn't be entitled to any money from Kurt's estate, valued around $450 million.

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Frances, who's now dating artist Matthew Cook, will keep all of Kurt's inheritance, with the exception of the guitar, and not have to share any with Isaiah.

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What do you think about Frances having to give her dad's guitar to her ex? Let us know in the comments.

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