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Frances Bean Cobain Claims Courtney Love Killed Her Pets

Love's daughter cites mother's habits that lead to the deaths in court documents

February 2, 2012 11:55 AM ET
Frances Bean Cobain and Courtney Love
Frances Bean Cobain and Courtney Love
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Courtney Love caused the deaths of two of her daughter's pets, according to newly published details from Frances Bean's deposition in a restraining order she sought against her mother in 2009.

According to the deposition, a cat died after it became entangled in piles of fabric, papers and trash, and one of Frances Bean's dogs died after ingesting some of Love's prescription medication.

The details were made public by The Fix, an addiction and recovery resource that kept a running conversation for nearly a year with Love, which has been compiled in a new e-book called Courtney Comes Clean.     

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