Courtney Love discredited and sued by her memoir co-author

Courtney Love discredited and sued by her memoir co-author

Anthonny Bozza, a music journalist and a co-author of Love’s unpublished memoir, charged her with refusing to compensate him the debt for more than $200,000.

Anthonny Bozza, a music journalist and a co-author of Love’s unpublished memoir, charged her with refusing to compensate him the debt for more than $200,000.

Courtney Love, who is the widow of Curt Cobain and the founding member of the band Hole, hired Bozza in 2010 to help her to deal with marriage problems, reinventions in career and abusing different substances.

The memoir were expected to appear on the bookstores’ shelves in 2012, but it has been repeatedly delayed.

Bozza had written in a lawsuit about his awareness that Love had received an advance in amount approximately $400,000 out of a $1.2 million by publisher HarperCollins. Besides he claimed that for a few last months Love had been remained unavailable to Anthonny and he is sure that she did it intentionally.

Actually, he received the part of money for the project, nearly $100,000, but he has sought that additional $200,000 will cover the damages based on the minimum fee he was promised.

Also Bozza mentioned in a lawsuit that after sending some drafts of the book, Love called them beautiful. Moreover, he was so absorbed with the work that in process of creating the memoir in 2012 he had written on Twitter that it is possibly be the most significant work in his life.

In spite of Bozza’s words in a tweet, in an interview with the Daily Telegraph a couple of months later, Love was quoted as saying that she rejected Bozza’s draft because it was too revealing.

Love told Bozza to keep his bloody money and she, in her turn, will keep her friends.

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