Nirvana

‘Nevermind’ baby Spencer Elden refiles cover art lawsuit against Nirvana

A judge dismissed Elden's original suit, which accused Nirvana and others of “commercial child sexual exploitation”, earlier this month

Nirvana ‘Nevermind’ cover art lawsuit dismissed by judge

Spencer Elden, who appeared on the album cover as a baby, took legal action against the band last year

Nirvana file official response to ‘Nevermind’ baby lawsuit: “He has been fully aware of the facts”

"Elden has spent three decades profiting from his celebrity as the self-anointed 'Nirvana Baby'"

Robert Pattinson’s ‘Batman’ is inspired by Kurt Cobain, says director

"He looks like a rock star, but you also feel like he could be a recluse"

Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo says his band “thought we were the next Nirvana”

"I thought the world was going to perceive us that way"

‘Succession’ and the humiliation of Shiv Roy – what happened to the least sociopathic sibling?

This season, Logan's only daughter has become Waystar's punching bag

One of Kurt Cobain’s childhood homes is up for sale

Cobain lived in the house from 1978 until 1982

Amended Nirvana lawsuit claims ‘Nevermind’ baby was photographed as Hugh Hefner

The amended lawsuit also unearths some journal entries allegedly made by Cobain about his vision for the album cover

Bill Maher to ‘Nevermind’ baby Spencer Elden: “Stop being such a fucking baby”

“There’s no reason you can’t have a normal, happy life just because people look at you and think, ‘baby penis’”
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