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ENTERTAINMENT
16 Mar 2011
ROCK SINGER COURTNEY LOVE WANTED TO SNORT THE ASHES OF DEAD HUSBAND KURT COBAIN

ACCORDING to writer Neil Strauss, the Hole singer suggested they inhale her dead husband's remains during a bizarre interview.

He told RadarOnline.com: “She was serious when she made the suggestion. She actually said she would offer his ashes to me first to snort and then said she would like them.

“But the idea was nixed as I don’t do coke.”

Courtney Love to set up home in the UK

The author details Courtney's strange request in his tell-all book Everyone Loves You When You Are Dead which also includes details of conversations he's had with stars including Lady Gaga, Madonna and Britney Spears.

In the book Neil writes of how the blonde rocker - who was married to Nirvana frontman Kurt until his death in 1994 - 'introduced' him to her husband before confessing she desired to snort his ashes.

Courtney Love  sued over  Twitter insults

He wrote:  “She walks to a dresser, pulls open a drawer, and removes a square-shaped tin. She removes the lid, revealing a plastic bag full of white ashes. A faint smell of jasmine emanates from the tin.

“LOVE: Too bad you don’t do coke. Otherwise I’d suggest taking a metal straw to it.

“STRAUSS: Yeah, I don’t think that would be the right thing to do.

“LOVE: I’d like to though."

Source : dailytelegraph.com.au

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