A note found at the scene of Kurt Cobain's death was made public by Seattle police today, revealing some unkind final words directed at the Nirvana frontman's infamous wife, Courtney Love.
Scribbled on stationery from the Phoenix Hotel in San Francisco, the note was disclosed by police following a recent re-opening of the investigation into Cobain's 1994 suicide.
Courtney likely wishes it had stayed hidden.
"Do you Kurt Cobain take Courtney Michelle Love to be your lawfully shredded wife," reads one scathing portion. "Even when she's a b!tch with zits and siphoning all yr money for doping and whoring."
Not exactly a love poem, but many have pointed out that there is no way of determining when the note was written or if the heroin-addicted singer was in his right mind at the time.
The note - which was found in a pocket of the pants Cobain was wearing at the time of his death - stands in sharp contrast to the letter Kurt left to be found at the scene.
That note was released shortly after his body was discovered and describes Love as "a goddess of a wife who sweats with ambition and empathy."
Though conspiracy theorists have long been convinced that foul play was involved in Cobain's untimely passing, the most recent investigation by Seattle police detectives uncovered no new findings and his death continues to be ruled a suicide.
While this new letter is unlikely to alter those findings, it may impact the ongoing fight over Cobain's substantial estate.
Fans and friends paid public tribute to the late singer on the 20th anniversary of Cobain's death earlier this month.