Troubled actress Courtney Love is outraged by "Her Mother's Daughter." Don't be so confuse. It is a new tell-all book, which the actress' mother, Linda Carroll, wrote. Not without reason, but it's the book contents of her past life and drugs problems, she said as full of inaccuracies, that makes Love mad.
In the book, due out in January from Doubleday, Carroll writes all about her daughter, how her father used to dose her with "magic pills" and draw psychedelic designs all over her naked four-year-old body. That's why the girl reportedly started therapy at age 6. And by her 9 years age, Love was caught reading porn magazines in an adult bookstore and had started drinking heavily at 12. Want for more on the star personal life, buy one.
Love, who doesn't read the edition, hardly denounced the book, released a statement through her spokesman, Peter Asher, stating it "astonishing, and profoundly depressing, that any mother would write a book containing numerous allegations about her own young daughter." What's more, Asher tend to claim the book "a work of vicious and greedy fiction."