"I gave him the keys to my storage and I was like, 'Just tell the truth.' And I never bugged him again."The result is a messy, unfiltered portrait of life in the Cobain-Love household, which is alternately sad, scary and downright insane.These are the 10 craziest things we learned about their marriage from :1.In interviews for our April story, Kerr and Adam’s chemistry was evident; they both said they clicked right immediately when they were paired together.If Kerr is resilient, Adam is a survivor — there has been so much turnover at KVIL that it’s hard to keep count of the revolving door anymore, but she’s been there more than 10 years, and she’s the only on-air personality remaining from when she began this gig at the station in 2005.It's clear that Cobain is enamored with his wife, and their daughter.4. "God, yes," Love responds, when asked if they intended to have a baby. Cobain almost quit Nirvana completely after Frances was born. Courtney had no intention of staying clean after Frances was born. It's being around a junkie while I'm pregnant, when I'm a junkie too, and I know the minute that baby's out, I'm gonna go shoot up in celebratory fashion. "We were all we had, so making a family as fast as possible was important. "If anything is going to stop me from pursuing this rock 'n' roll thing, it's going to be her because I don't want her to be screwed up because of it," Cobain tells an interviewer shortly after Frances' birth in 1992. One scene in shows Cobain abruptly walking out of Frances' first birthday party in August 1993. About a month before his death, Cobain overdosed on Rohypnol. A heartbreaking interview with Cobain's mother, Wendy, reveals that his family felt powerless to help him in his final months. only — radio shows in the country hosted by two women. Judging from posts on the station’s Facebook page, Courtney Kerr has been gone from the show since at least June 14.
Of course, there are also ample shots of Love flashing the camera.
"I did do heroin when I was pregnant, and then I stopped," Love reiterates, as she has many times before. I assured [Kurt] that I was built like an [ox] and could carry this pregnancy to term and not have any problems. If I had had more time, I'd have had more kids with him."6. You're writing about how jealous you are of my wife. "I don't know what's going to happen these next few years. In another, he's seen nodding off during Frances' first hair cut. "I'm tired." Love can also be heard saying "We don't have any milk in the house," while lamenting the fact that Frances hasn't been eating.9. I talked to him about it and everything that I'd learned about heroin, and I asked him if he was at the stage of where he was addicted to also the needle prick, and he burst into tears. Love claims the reason was that she was considering cheating on him (and adds that she was never unfaithful to Kurt).
That threatening voicemail After a now-infamous Vanity Fair article was published that accused Love of doing heroin while she was pregnant, Kurt left a threatening voicemail for Lynn Hirschberg - one that definitely would have gone viral (and probably cost Cobain a few fans) had it been left in the age of the Internet. "Kurt, you don't want your daughter to see you behaving like this, on drugs," Love yells at him, off camera. Before his death, Cobain was using more heroin than ever before. "He must have been psychic or something," she says.
Lori Conrad, director of communications for CBS’ DFW radio and TV stations, confirms that Kerr is no longer with the station but had no additional comment beyond “we wish her well.” Leigh Ann Adam continues doing the show as a (mostly) solo act, billed as We’re trying to reach Kerr for comment.
On her Facebook page, where she promotes her Kerrently lifestyle site, she makes no mention of the KVIL exit, and if there’s anything about it on her website, it’s pretty hard to find.
"I loved it still, but I didn't have a fantasy that he had. His fantasy was, 'I'm gonna get to million and then I'm gonna be a junkie.' Those are his words." Novoselic seems to support this, saying that Love's drug use was "all part of the package of building a home," in Cobain's mind.