iOS app Android app More

Courtney Love: I'd Kill Kurt Cobain For Killing Himself

Courtney Love

First Posted: 10/05/11 01:05 PM ET Updated: 12/05/11 05:12 AM ET

Here's Courtney Love's logic: she's so mad at Kurt Cobain for having killed himself and leaving her alone, if he came back from the dead, she'd kill him again. After having sex with him.

A sound decision maker, she is not known for being.

The singer and renown drug addict features in a new article for Vanity Fair, in which she speaks about both losing her Nirvana lead man husband and the financial wreck that her life has become.

"Mad? Ya think?! If he came back right now I'd have to kill him, for what he did to us. I'd f*cking kill him. I'd f*ck him, and then I'd kill him," she tells the magazine. "He OD'd at least five times. I was the f*cking E.M.S. I was always sticking pins in his balls. I carried around Narcan!"

But while, sadly, Cobain is long gone, suspiciously, his line of credit remained active. As it turns out, Love alleged in 2008, identity thieves used his information to buy a $3 million mansion and steal up to $72 million. Love is obsessed with what she calls "the fraud," which has overtaken her life -- to the detriment of her relationship with her and Cobain's daughter, Frances Bean.

"It was my fault! I never read to her!" she said of Frances' inability to read until the age of seven, one of many parenting mistakes she laments. Frances emancipated from Love in 2009, and when she turned 18 last year, Love had a freakout on Twitter, begging her daughter to come back to her.

"Why didn't I ever take her to a Broadway show? She f*cking loved those Broadway musicals!" she continues in the Vanity Fair article. Those were the type of shows Frances wanted to star in, Love reveals, not the dark, racy kind of roles that producers wanted her for.

"That's not who she is. It freaked her out. She wanted a Zoey 101 [the canceled Nickelodeon tween show] or something," Love says.

For more, click over to Vanity Fair.

FOLLOW HUFFPOST ENTERTAINMENT

Filed by Jordan Zakarin  |