February 6, 2003 |
British police released rock star Courtney Love without charge after she received a warning for swearing at a crew member on her plane flight from Los Angeles. Love, 38, had been arrested at London's Heathrow Airport on Tuesday. Upon her release, she admitted she had sworn at a flight attendant but insisted there was little more to the incident than that.
February 5, 2003 |
British police arrested rock star Courtney Love at London's Heathrow Airport on Tuesday after the cabin crew said she had abused them during a transatlantic flight from Los Angeles. A spokesman for Virgin Atlantic said the 38-year-old singer and actress had become disruptive and had verbally abused cabin crew during the flight, which had 200 passengers on board. No one was injured. British police said Love was arrested for disruptive behavior and endangering an aircraft.
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December 10, 2002 |
Jules Mark Lusman, whose medical license was revoked last week for prescribing addictive drugs to celebrities, frequently provided narcotics on a "cash-and-carry" basis to the rich and famous, including Winona Ryder and singer-actress Courtney Love, according to a state report. Lusman, 49, may face criminal prosecution, authorities said Monday. In its report, the Medical Board of California said the Santa Monica physician's stated specialty was laser surgery.
October 4, 2002 |
Rock star Courtney Love strode into the Beverly Hills Hotel in late February for the recording industry's hippest party: the annual pre-Grammy bash thrown by music mogul Clive Davis. When she walked into the hotel, she had been at war with her record company, Vivendi Universal's Universal Music Group, for more than a year.
October 1, 2002 |
Did Courtney cave? Rock singer Courtney Love, who sued the world's biggest music company to expose the record industry's allegedly corrupt business practices, had vowed never to settle. But she did exactly that on Monday amid questions about the future of the artists' rights movement she helped launch.
September 25, 2002 |
After waging a public war against the world's biggest record company for nearly two years, rock star Courtney Love is expected to settle her lawsuit in a pact that may be announced as soon as today, sources said. As part of the deal, Love is expected to be released from her contract with Vivendi Universal's music group and receive a multimillion-dollar advance on anticipated future sales of releases by Nirvana, the band fronted by Love's late husband Kurt Cobain, the sources said.
June 12, 2002 |
A Los Angeles judge delayed the start of a trial pitting rock star Courtney Love against music giant Universal Music in a breach-of-contract case being closely watched as more music artists challenge the terms of their record deals. Lawyers for both sides declined to comment about a meeting Monday with a court-appointed mediator after the delay was imposed because of a crowded court schedule.
June 11, 2002 |
Lawyers for rocker Courtney Love and Universal Music met with a court-appointed mediator Monday ahead of the start of the trial for Love's breach of contract countersuit against the music giant. Lawyers for both sides were unavailable for comment late Monday, but sources confirmed that the court-ordered meeting was underway. Barry Cappello, Love's attorney, previously said he had little hope the two sides would settle their differences out of court.
May 30, 2002 |
A judge thew out part of Courtney Love's suit against Geffen Records but said the lead singer for the rock band Hole can press a claim that her contract was breached. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Fumiko Wasserman's five-page ruling came three weeks after attorneys presented oral arguments in the case. Wasserman found unconvincing Love's argument that a labor code section allowing record companies to sue recording artists for damages was invalid and unconstitutional.