Frances Bean Cobain takes to Twitter to expose ‘rabid Nirvana Fan’ who broke into her home
Frances Bean Cobain, daughter of Courtney Love and the late Kurt Cobain, has launched a new Twitter account that she is using to comment about a recent break-in at her Los Angeles home. In a message sent out from Cobain’s Twitter, she says that a man described by the L.A.P.D. as “22-year-old transient Marc James Franco,” who plead “not guilty” to burglary charges on Oct. 16, had much worse objectives than simply using her washer and dryer and munching on her food when he reportedly broke into her private home on Oct. 13.
Here’s Cobain’s full note:
“I’ve started this twitter for one reason, because the police aren’t doing their jobs&have released inaccurate information about the intruder who entered my home.
firstly, he is not a homeless man. he is a rabid nirvana fan whose deep seeded obsession w/ kurt not only convinced him to break into my home, but we later found out that he considers my fiancé a “problem” and [planned] to kill him. the intruder wrote my fiancé’s first & last name out in his journal with the words “Kill” circled and pointing to his name.
i figure releasing this information directly to the public will garner media attention & hopefully will mean that this bastard fucker won’t have the opportunity to be released from jail & can’t hurt those i love because of his obsession with someone i’m related to.
this situation is far more serious than a “transient” wandering into my home & eating my food. he was lying in wait and had the intention to kill my fiancé’ and potentially me once we returned home from vacation. I hope this puts into perspective the seriousness of this incident. -Frances Bean Cobain”
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