KEY POINTS

  • Courtney Love finds it "creepy" that her name is in Jeffrey Epstein's "little black book"
  • The singer said she hopes Epstein "burns" in hell
  • The book also includes names of celebs like Alec Baldwin, Ralph Fiennes, and Mick Jagger

Courtney Love probably had the most shocking moment in her life when she found out that her name was included in Jeffrey Epstein’s infamous “little black book.”

Taking it to Twitter, the singer-songwriter talked about the moment when she got to know that her name was present in the late convicted sex offender’s diary and said she found it “creepy.” She also made it clear that she never met him and “did not know” who he was. 

The “Violet” hitmaker also noted that Epstein “apparently” collected the numbers of various celebrities and saved them. Love concluded her tweet by saying that she hopes to see the late financier burn in “Avīci hell.”

“Hey. About my name in Epstein’s address book, it’s creepy as [explicit] that I’m in that thing I agree. I didn’t know him, never met him, didn’t know who he was. Apparently, he collected celebrity phone numbers. The end. Hope he burns in Avīci hell,” Love tweeted. 

She also shared a link alongside her tweet to enlighten people what “Avīci hell” means.

In Buddhism, “Avīci” means the lowest realm of “hell” into which the dead who have committed heinous crimes may be reborn.

The “little black book” was first discovered by investigative journalist Nick Bryant and it contains the names of celebrities like Alec Baldwin, Mick Jagger, Ralph Fiennes, and Love. The book also has the names of various political leaders.

Love’s remarks come almost a few weeks after Chrissy Teigen was linked to Epstein. A Twitter user said that Teigen’s name was mentioned in Epstein’s flight logs and the user asked why the celebrity deleted 28,000 tweets following Ghislaine Maxwell’s arrest.

On July 2, the FBI arrested Maxwell, the longtime friend and alleged accomplice of Epstein. The charges alleged Maxwell provided assistance to Epstein in recruiting and grooming several girls as young as 14 dating back to 1994.

Epstein allegedly sexually assaulted more than a “dozen” underaged girls from 2002 to 2005. He pleaded guilty in 2008 to the procurement of minors for prostitution and felony solicitation of prostitution. He was sentenced to 13 months behind bars.

In July 2019, Epstein was arrested again on multiple charges. He died by suicide in jail on Aug. 10, 2019.

Courtney Love Singer Courtney Love arrives for the gala presentation of "The Disaster Artist" at the AFI Film Festival in Los Angeles, California, Nov. 12, 2017. Photo: Reuters/Mike Blake