Former HOLE frontwoman Courtney Love was arrested for allegedly being under the influence of a narcotic after police responded to a burglary call, the Associated Press reports.
Love, 39, was found early Thursday (October 2) outside a home where Love had allegedly broken the windows in an attempt to enter, police spokesman Don Cox said.
She was arrested and booked for investigation of being under the influence of a controlled substance, Cox said. She posted $2,500 bail and was released.
Hours later, Beverly Hills police and paramedics responded to an emergency call at a home where a woman was found to be under influence of a controlled substance and was taken to a hospital for treatment, according to a story posted Thursday on the Los Angeles Times web site.
A prerecorded message left by Beverly Hills police recounted the incident but did not identify the woman by name.
Law enforcement sources told the newspaper that the woman was Love and that she had overdosed. It was not immediately known what her condition was.
Love was arrested earlier this year in London for allegedly verbally abusing cabin staff on a Virgin Atlantic flight from Los Angeles. Police later released her after cautioning her for causing harassment, alarm and distress to another person.
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