Frances Bean Cobain’s ex-husband Isaiah Silva’s new lawsuit alleging that Courtney Love tried to have him murdered alleges that Kurt’s mother Wendy O’Connor told him to watch the Kurt Cobain murder conspiracy film Soaked in Bleach. Below is an excerpt from the lawsuit.
O’CONNOR also told SILVA and SILVA’s family members that she was dissatisfied with the recent documentary “Montage of Heck,” about her late son, and said that she felt manipulated by the film’s director, LOVE, and COBAIN for forcing her to participate in the film, which O’CONNOR claimed was a vindication project for LOVE.
Consequently, O’CONNOR asked to have her scenes taken out of the film prior to its release, but her request was denied by the film’s director, LOVE, and COBAIN. O’CONNOR told the Silvas that she favored a contemporaneously released documentary, “Soaked in Bleach,” which advanced the theory that Kurt Cobain’s death was a murder, not suicide, and that LOVE was a coconspirator in his murder. O’CONNOR implored SILVA and his family to watch “Soaked in Bleach.”
Soaked in Bleach features murder conspiracy theorist Tom Grant, who Courtney Love hired shortly before Kurt Cobain’s death to try to track him down when he was missing. Love denied the claims in the film and pursued legal action against it.