Courtney Love Wins Twitter Defamation Case

By Jack January 27, 2014 @ 2:32 PM

Courtney Love was cleared of all charges in her Twitter defamation case by a judge in LA. It all started when the cackling dope fiend fired a lawyer named Rhonda Holmes. She had been hired to try and get more of Kurt Cobain’s estate money so that Love can buy more cheap makeup and heroin. When Holmes failed to get the greedy harpy what she wanted, Love implied that Holmes had been bought off by a tabloid or something,

“I was fucking devestated when Rhonda J. Holmes esq. of san diego was bought off @FairNewsSpears perhaps you can get a quote.

Holmes didn’t like the implication so she sued for 8 million dollars. The judge dismissed the lawsuit saying that Love had not defamed Holmes because it’s Twitter and she’s a fucking moron and everybody understands she’s wasted and not to be taken seriously. If everyone who said something stupid on Twitter was brought to trial, the entire judicial system would come crashing down. If she had said the exact same thing to the press instead of typing it in her iPhone from the floor of a Chevron bathroom where she was tying off, she would have probably had to pay up. But, for now Love is perfectly safe to bark her insane ramblings on Twitter like the crazy woman on the subway that’s covered in her own shit. As for Rhonda Holmes, 0-2. Maybe time to hang it up.

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    Courtney looks great,I wonder who her embalmer is?

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