Cobain and Love's Toxic Marriage.

Cobain and Love's Toxic Marriage.

On February the 24th this famous couple tied the knot and became one, until April 5th in 1994 when Kurt committed suicide. Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love have had a very public marriage since the day they started dating, and none of it is good. It's no surprise that this couple had their ups and downs, but unfortunately these ups and downs were fueled by drugs and despair. Marrying just four months after dating, when Courtney found out she was pregnant. Numerous sources say she allegedly pursued him with dogged determination and was the one to introduce him to heroin. “We went on a binge,” Love confessed to Vanity Fair in 1992. “We did a lot of drugs. We got pills and then we went down to Alphabet City and Kurt wore a hat, I wore a hat, and we copped some dope. Then we got high and went to SNL. After that, I did heroin for a couple of months.” In and out of rehab the couple tried their hardest to get it together before the birth of their daughter, but they never could quite get there. An anonymous source said that Love used well pregnant with Francis. When Cobain first tried to commit suicide in Rome in early March 1994, Love would later admit she was to blame. "He must have been psychic or something," she told TVGuide.com. "I almost did one time, and he knew it. ... I have no idea how he knew it. The plan didn't ever go anywhere. Nothing happened, but... the response to it was he took 67 Rohypnols and ended up in a coma because I thought about cheating on him. I mean, f-ck." Beside his unraveling marriage Cobain was still not completely comfortable with how famous he was, feeling that the fame delegitimize his music. Under the tight grip of addiction and from being so retreated into himself Kurt Cobain killed himself by one gunshot to the head in his Seattle home. He was 27. “He is considered to be the rock star who didn’t want fame, the weak pathetic guy who was taken over by this controlling female, and yadda yadda," Love told Loudwire in 2015. "It kind of f--ked me up... He’s a hard act to follow. I love him and I always will.” An interesting statement from a grieving widow. 

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