Skip to comments.Courtney Love sued by American Express
Posted on 05/29/2009 4:58:35 AM PDT by rightwingintelligentsia
American Express has sued Curt Cobain widow-turned-rocker-turned-actress Courtney Love for $352,059.67 in unpaid charges and fees on her Amex Gold, Centurion and Platinum Cards.
Of course this isn't the first time that Ms. Love has been accused of skipping out on bills. A high-end rehab facility sued her over a $181,000 unpaid bill for a stay in 2005 -- although later events would seem to suggest that Love didn't derive much value from that stint in detox.
There have also been tax liens and a lawsuit from management and accounting firm London & Co. accusing her of failing to pay the 5% commission due when she sold some of Nirvana's publishing rights for $19.5 million.
The best part is that whatever losses American Express takes on the Love account were more than replenished with the $3.9 billion in TARP funds it received. That's right: Taxpayer money was used to bailout people who decided to lend money to a notoriously drug addicted tax dodger.
(Excerpt) Read more at walletpop.com ...
But I thought her rock band “Hole” was doing so well
“But I thought her rock band Hole was doing so well”
...LOL! Yeah. All those albums like, “Hole-y Cow” and “Hole In One” and “Hole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On”.
I still don’t believe that the song (Why Did You Have to) “Let It Die” was not about her.
You’d think they’d learn how to spell the late Cobain’s name if they wanted to be taken seriously.
Ah, good catch.
If they kept authorizing this ‘Hole’ to keep spending they should have their collective heads examined!!!! Must have been some kind of bill for Vagisil! Just looking at her makes me sick!
How strange. Amex never lets me get over $50,000.00 past due without cutting off my credit line and screaming for their money! Sarcasm off.
I never cease to be amazed at the incompetence of some borrowers and lenders!
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