COURTNEY WON’T FACE CHARGES OVER ‘AIR RAGE’ INCIDENT

And Virgin Atlantic say they'll welcome the star back on any of their flights...

COURTNEY LOVE

will not face charges over yesterday’s (February 4) alleged air-rage incident on a Trans-Atlantic jet.

The former Hole frontwoman was cautioned by police yesterday under the Public Order Act for ‘causing harassment, alarm and distress to another person’. Love

was last night released after almost 11 hours of questioning.

The star had been arrested at 11.05 yesterday morning by police who met her Virgin Atlantic flight on the tarmac at Heathrow. She was accused of disruptive and abusive behaviour.

As Love

left Heathrow police station last night she explained what had happened onboard, saying: “I cussed at a lady – my daughter always said I had a potty mouth.

“I cussed at a lady named Mary, she wasn’t letting my friend into first class and I said, ‘Why are you being such a bitch about it?’.”

Love said she had received a warning for swearing at a member of the aircrew. Asked how she felt about her treatment at the hands of the airline, she said: “I think that I have been flying British Airways for a long time and I will continue to do so.

“This is my second time on Virgin and my first time wasn’t so great either.”

Despite her barbs,Virgin Atlantic insist they would welcome the star back on any of their flights.

“If she complies with general conditions of carriage, we be glad to have her back,” a spokesperson toldNME.COM.

Their position is an about turn from yesterday, when they said they would “push for prosecution” over the incident.

“As far as we’re concerned, the matter is now closed,” the Virgin spokesperson added.

Love

is due to perform tonight (February 5) at a glitzy fund-raiser for an Elton John-sponsored charity at the Old Vic in London.