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The World Can Apparently Thank Heather Mills For The Beatles Being Available On iTunes, Or So She Claims


What on EARTH is this woman talking about?!

Paul McCartney's ex-wife, Heather Mills, has apparently decided to claim that she is the driving force behind the recent inclusion of The Beatles' and their music on iTunes, but conveniently is not interested in going to court over the matter!

She lies explains:

"iTunes? I organized it all with Steve Jobs. But there's no way I'm going back to court for more money. It was all settled at the time and that's it."


Because everyone knows how much you hate going to court over monetary issues!

Ha! Nice try, bb!

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Nirvana Catalog Sale Lawsuit Settled


Over two years ago, Courtney Love had to put down her crack pipe long enough to hear her lawyer explain to her that she was getting sued over the profits she got from selling off Nirvana's publishing catalogue. After remembering what year it was, she remembered that she sold a portion of her late husband, Kurt Cobain, band's catalogue for nearly $20 million and didn't share the profits with London & Co, the band's management firm.

Then, she got drunk, forgot all that again, lawyered up and went to court to deny stiffing London & Co their $$$. Today, finally, the lawsuit has been settled.

Court records show that London & Co, a management firm, and C. Love had settled a $1 million lawsuit out of court just last Wednesday. A judge was informed and the case was dismissed. No further details were given.

Well, you should never leave such valuable commodities in the hands of a woman who bathes in meth salts and who's daughter is ten-times smarter than she is despite her young age and years in a crack infested womb!

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Courtney Love Is Ready To Sell Nirvana's Soul???


Courtney Love is considering $elling the rest of her share of the Nirvana back catalogue.

An insider says that "Courtney thinks the catalogue comes with too many memories," and that "it's haunted," claiming that the property she received after Kurt Cobain's death was "cursed."

Sources say that Evergreen Capital has offered her $162 million for the remaining 75% stake in the End of Music catalogue that she owns.

We're not sure if this is the greatest idea, C. Love!! At least keep his legacy for Francis Bean's sake!

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Don't Do It, Courtney!

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We have to STRONGLY advise you to think about what you are doing. That would require you to put down your bong and plug up the box of wine for at least an hour, but trust us, it will be worth it.

Courtney Love is considering selling off her remaining holdings on Kurt Cobain's music. If she sells, that would mean someone else would hold all the rights to his music, publishings, EVERYTHING!

Though the sale would bring in a truckload of $$$, Courtney insists that the decision to sell is not a financial one, but a step she needs to take to move on with her life.

"I'm thinking about selling off all of Kurt's publishing. All of the rights, everything. It's not a financial decision; it's an emotional one. He was the best friend I've ever had, but Kurt and I were only married for three years, and now I need to have my own life. I'm always 'the widow' and that drives me nuts. That money has been cursed since the day it started to come in."

Cursed? Please!

Think about what Kurt would want! You want to hand over his most beloved possession, his music, over to someone who is going to exploit it the first chance they get?

Think of the worst thing that could happen - Miley Cyrus could buy his catalogue!!! She certainly has enough money and she is such a big "fan." Do you really want to inflict that horror on the world?!

Bad decision, C. Love! Don't do it!

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