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Kurt Cobain letter made public slamming Courtney Love

Kurt Cobain's twenty-years after his suicide has managed to slam is wife Courtney Love in a newly-released letter that was found at the scene of the Nirvana frontman’s suicide two decades ago according to Hollywood News Daily reports on Wednesday, April 30.

Twenty-year-old Kurt Cobain letter made public slamming Courtney Love
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Reports reveal that the newly released Kurt Cobain letter was found according to CBS News in Cobain’s wallet by the Seattle Police on the suicide scene back on April 8, 1994.The findings from the pop culture icon’s death scene were all logged into evidence, but was never made public until now.

The letter written by Cobain reveals a mock wedding vow saying,

“Do you Kurt Cobain take Courtney Michelle Love to be your lawful shredded wife even when she’s a b*tch with zits and siphoning all your money for doping and whoring.”

Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love were married in 1992, two-years before the Nirvana frontman’s death from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Previous reports reveal, that the Seattle detectives recently re-opened the Kurt Cobain death investigation case last month after discovering new evidence that included four rolls of undeveloped film that was taken from the day at the death scene.

Photos reveal images of a box full of drug paraphernalia, that included a spoon and needles. The box was found on the floor of Cobain’s home next to a pair of sunglasses and a half a cigarette.

After reviewing the case, and evidence found at the scene of Cobain’s death detectives reveal that no new information was found to believe that the Nirvana singer was killed by anyone other than his own hands.

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