Courtney Love accused of surprising restaurant patrons along with her pet etiquette


Courtney Love is within the canine home once more.

Bryan Safi, a comic and actor on Fox’s “9-1-1,” claims the singer brought about a ruckus along with her pooch on the Los Angeles scorching spot The Butcher, The Baker, The Cappuccino Maker on Sunday.

“This canine is just a bit Pomeranian, screaming, screaming, screaming, screaming, the entire time. She will’t hold observe of it,” Safi stated on his podcast, “Throwing Shade,” at first refusing to call Love. “The canine is working in all places. [It’s] working on her lap … It will get caught on a warmth lamp, the bottom of 1… [it] chokes itself round it. She’s like, ‘I don’t know,’ and places the canine on the desk.”

“Then she goes, ‘Can I’ve one thing of sugar for my espresso?’ They have been like, ‘Yeah, certain.’ They convey over the container the place the, like, all of the, like, Equal and Candy’N Low and Stevia and all that stuff is. She dumps the entire … turns it over! Dumps the entire thing on the desk, fills the cup with water, opens the sugar packets and begins feeding it to the canine with the water.”

Safi later recognized Love, 54, because the alleged misbehaver whereas showing as a visitor on “The Michelle Collins Present” on SiriusXM Stars.

The ingredient xylitol, which is a well-liked sugar substitute, is poisonous to canines and may result in hypoglycemia, seizures, liver failure and loss of life. Safi didn’t specify whether or not he was claiming Love used sugar packets or synthetic sweetener within the concoction.

Love’s reps didn’t instantly reply to Web page Six’s request for remark.

Safi’s allegations come ten years after Love’s daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, filed court docket papers claiming Love’s reckless conduct led to the loss of life of her canine and cat.

The bombshell court docket papers embody claims the household cat died after getting “entangled” in Love’s piles of possessions, whereas the canine, Uncle Fester, allegedly swallowed a few of Love’s prescription drugs.