It comes a no surprise really. Frances Bean is no longer under the wing of the greatest coke whore of them all.
Courtney Love has once again lost legal control of her daughter. In 2003 (Frances was 11) Courtney was stripped of her parenting rights after Bean had to call 911 after her mother overdosed. Love’s rights were restored after 15 months of rehab and cleaning herself up.
Frances, is just a year shy of being a legal adult, is now under the guardianship of her grandmother and aunt. TMZ gave a rundown of the facts:
The guardians appointed by the court are Wendy O’Connor, Kurt Cobain’s mom, and Kimberly Dawn Cobain, Kurt’s sister.
The guardianship was established on Friday. Courtney Love was not in court.
The guardianship is for both Frances Bean personally and her financial well-being.
The guardians do not have power over the trust established after Kurt Cobain’s death.
The guardianship was established after a fairly long period of unstable conduct by Courtney Love. The court proceedings, however, are sealed.
Dlisted – “And hopefully when Frances turns 18 a judge will bring down the gavel and make her Courtney’s legal guardian. S#!t, they should just do that now.”
Hecklerspray –“We don’t know what Wendy O’Connor will be like as guardian, but that doesn’t matter – so long as she manages to refrain from embarking on berserk Twitter rampages against computer games or whining incomprehensibly in public about online dating or literally kissing Pete Doherty on the mouth, she’ll probably have the edge over Courtney Love in terms of parental suitability.”
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