Courtney Love sued by credit card company

Singer being sued by American Express over alleged owed money

Until very recently a new album from Courtney Love had been slated for an October 2008 release. The former Hole vocalist has been working with songwriter Linda Perry and Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan for the last three years. However, those sessions have now been scrapped, and Love is now said to be teaming up with Micko Larkin, the former guitarist in Larrikin Love, who joined her live band last year, with an album expected soon.
Courtney Love is being sued by credit card company American Express over alleged unpaid credit.

The firm alleges that the former Hole frontwoman owes $350,000 (£220,000), reports BBC News.

The company has filed court papers in Los Angeles, claiming that Love has "failed and refuse" to pay off the debt on her gold credit card. They are seeking damages and legal costs on top of the debt.

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