The Twitter lawsuits just keep coming. Hole singer Courtney Love is in trouble for the second time on the social networking service—she was originally sued for $430,000 in January after she said fashion designer Dawn Simorangkir was a "drug-pushing prostitute with a history of assault and battery."
Now a U.S. attorney named Rhonda Holmes is claiming Love posted tweets that allegedly damaged her career—according to Reuters, Love claimed Holmes and her company had taken a bribe. The singer originally hired them to see whether money had been stolen from Kurt Cobain’s estate.
“I was f***ing devastated (sic) when Rhonda J Holmes Esq of San Diego was bought off",” she tweeted. It’s not clear how much money Holmes and her firm are claiming for, but they have cited the charges—false light invasion of privacy and intentional interference with a prospective economic advantage.