— Wed, Dec 13, 2006 —


Yesterday afternoon I got an e-mail in from a source very close to MollyGood saying that she had just flown first class on Virgin Atlantic from the States to London sitting next to none other than one Courtney Love. Our source claims that Courtney came on the plane smelling a bit like a certain leafy green substance and looking "weathered," but that's not all. Allegedly, allegedly allegedly, this is what our source says happened next:

We started chatting, and of course, she didn't hesitate for a moment to ask me for some Valium...So we both took one...OK, maybe two, and had a totally stoned conversation about the usual, i.e. music, masturbation, Germany, drugs and sex...A little while later, we promptly passed out for the remainder of the flight. After we got off the plane, she was swarmed by paparazzi, I waved goodbye, and she didn't seem to recognize me...I realized it was the Valium she loved...not me....and that her obviously fried brain was to blame, and not my irresistibly charming wit.

Ha, I love it. Clearly this story is an unconfirmed rumor (but I will stress that this is a very close source), and it does seem to fly in the face of Monday's news that a judge granted the singer an early end to her probation due to her successful completion of a rehab program, but if there is any truth to this, she's one loopy bitch. Eh, well, at least the rumor is about Valium and nothing that will send her careening the wrong way down the interstate in the middle of the night, right? Sigh.
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No. 1
kelly2dak says:

she loved the valium and not me... LOL!! classic courtney!!

December 13, 2006 2:15 PM
No. 2
jacknasty says:

Um, why would anybody care about the person sitting next to them on a plane? So you gave her a valium and "had a stoned conversation...until we passed out for the rest of the flight" so now she should be your friend for life or something? Gimmie a break

December 13, 2006 4:56 PM
No. 3
Dingo says:

No one takes Valium any more! No one prescribes it any more, either! Maybe in 1980! False false false story. Try again.

December 13, 2006 7:52 PM
No. 4
MD says:

Dingo- I'm a doctor and we prescribe Valium all the time. Its true that Xanax and Ativan are more popular, but Valium is still perfectly acceptable. If you don't believe me you can look up the pharmacuetical sales of Valium, which is public information.

December 13, 2006 8:06 PM
No. 5
Lolli says:

Um, ya, Valium is prescribed all the time. Isn't Clonapan or Clonopin (sp) a form of Valium? Probably 50% (at least) of all the airplane passagers were taking one form or another.

I hope now that Courteny has a clean slate she doesn't start abusing again, that would be sad.

December 14, 2006 1:56 AM
No. 6
ItIsMe says:

Um, Dingo? Well you are totally off cuzz I take Valium all the time for anxiety and for back pain and yes, it is still prescribed in the good 'ole USA. It's generic name is diazepam and it's cousin is lorzepam which I also take so now ya know.

December 14, 2006 3:32 AM
No. 7
Therese says:

The talked about "music, masturbation, Germany, drugs and sex"? As a german woman I would really love to know what Courtney says about my home country (besides sex, drugs and masturbation of course!)

December 14, 2006 7:37 AM
No. 8
Lillian says:

Dingo, do you routinely eat paint chips? I know everyone else has already reamed you out for being an idiot, but I couldn't help interjecting my two cents. My dear, Valium (the drug's brand name; the generic name is diazepam) is prescribed ALL THE TIME. If she'd said quaaludes, then yes, this story might be suspect, but Valium is still a very commonly-used drug. I was prescribed it last year before I had surgery, to calm my nerves. I'm taking a plane trip next month, and my doctor gave me another script for it. Maybe you should do your research before opening your mouth and making yourself look like a fool.

December 15, 2006 2:39 AM


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