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Courtney Love Sued: Hole Frontwoman (and Certified Hot Mess) in Court Over Borrowed Jewelry

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Courtney Love has been sued over $114,000 worth of gems that she borrowed from a jeweler and never gave back, according to Star Pulse.

She has given back one of the items of jewelery that she borrowed back in September but has yet to give back the rest. Well, too late, Courtney, hope you have fun with the lawsuit that was filed against you yesterday!

And if you've ever seen her in the film The People vs. Larry Flynt, or if you even just catch her on a regular day, then I'm sure you probably agree that she should get her hands on any jewelry that'll make her look even two percent classier.

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