Courtney Love sued by management firm

Allegedly failed to pay commissions on catalog sale

Courtney Love apparently has no affection for London.

The rock star/actress was sued Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court by the management firm London & Co. for allegedly failing to pay commissions for the partial sale last year of her share of the Nirvana publishing catalog.

Love, the widow of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, sold a portion of the catalog for $19.5 million. London was hired to provide business management services to Love and was to be paid 5% of the revenue received by Love, according to the lawsuit.

Love's attorney, Howard Weitzman, said of the allegations, "I'm aware there's an issue between London Co. and Courtney, but I have not seen the lawsuit."

London is asking for $975,000 it claims it is owed as well as costs of the suit.