March 27, 2009 21:44
Courtney Love's alleged tirades appear in court case
Fashion designer accuses singer of using Twitter to defame her
Courtney Love's alleged tirades have appeared in a court case filed yesterday (March 26) in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Fashion designer Dawn Simorangkir, aka Boudoir Queen, is suing Love for libel and breach of contract. Simorangkir claims that Love never paid her for work she had completed, and accuses her of making "menacing and disturbing" statements about her online.
The suit alleges that Love called the designer several names on her Twitter and MySpace pages, including a "nasty lying hosebag thief", and accused her of being a drug addict and a prostitute, reports the Associated Press.
Love has not yet responded to the allegations.
--By our Los Angeles staff.
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