Courtney Love Barred Of Legal Control Over Frances Bean Cobain

December 16th, 2009 - 1:37 am ICT by GD  

By Gina Gomez

francesLos Angeles, Dec 15, (THAINDIAN NEWS) It seems that Courtney Love, rock singer cum widow of the late Nirvana frontman- Kurt Cobain, is surely having a tough time regarding the guardianship of her daughter- Frances Bean Cobain. According to the sources, a Los Angeles superior court commissioner granted temporary guardianship of Frances Bean Cobain to Wendy O’Connor - Kurt Cobain’s mother and his sister- Kimberly Dawn Cobain.

The startling declaration from the court means that Courtney Love is no longer the legal guardian of Frances Bean Cobain. Moreover, the decision definitely comes as a blow for Courtney Love, who was seemingly gearing up for her latest album release titled “Nobody’s Daughter”. The album is slated to release early next year. Speculations are on that Courtney Love is having some problem related to drug abuse. The speculations cannot be wiped off totally as the singer earlier had a fair share of controversy related to drug possession and consumption. However, Courtney Love’s lawyer Keith A. Fink booted off the rumors as he said that it was Frances Bean Cobain’s decision and not Courtney’s drug related problems that triggered the judge’s decision. He further added that Frances preferred to spend some time with her grandmother and hence they were granted temporary guardianship over her.

This is not the first time that Courtney Love has lost legal guardianship over her daughter. In the year 2003, Courtney Love lost legal control over her daughter when she was arrested on charges of trying to break in to his ex-boyfriends residence. Courtney again regained guardianship over Frances Bean Cobain in the year 2005. Courtney Love was married to ex Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain until the legendary singer committed suicide in 1994. Courtney Love’s life has been baffled with controversy since then.

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