Courtney Love Allegedly Steals Photographer David LaChapelle's Car

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Right after a rough breakup with her British boyfriend Henry Allsopp, Courtney Love has allegedly stolen photographer David LaChapelle's car, according to Spinner.

Love said she was going to pick up director Brett Ratner so she could bring him to LaChapelle's exhibition at the Lever House, but she never returned.

Ratner has tried to alleviate the significance of the situation by saying, "Courtney and David are best friends. We were all supposed to go to the Lever House together, but I was too tired. They were on the phone together while she was at my house."

Perhaps the story has been blown out of proportion. Either way, it's not as though Courtney Love stealing a car would really come as a shock to anybody anyhow.

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