A note, discovered in Kurt Cobain’s wallet after his death, mocks the wedding vows he shared with Courtney Love. According to CBS, which has recently obtained the note, taken from Cobain's wallet when police arrived at his home on April 8, 1994, after Cobain fatally shot himself, the message has never been made public before. The network has not published the note in full as of yet, but reports that it was written as a mock wedding vow.

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Cobain's suicide.

It is undated and written on stationary from the Phoenix hotel in San Francisco. Apparently it refers to Love as Cobain’s “lawful shredded wife” vwho would be "siphoning" his money for drugs.At one point he also reportedly calls her “a ***** with zits".

The message was found with Cobain’s body on April 8, 1994, days after the Nirvana frontman went into the greenhouse of his home and OD-ed on heroin, before taking a 20-gauge shotgun and shooting himself in the head.

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A lot of information about Cobain and Nirvana has come to life in 2014, however none of it calls into question the conclusion of the original investigation. Earlier this year, in advance of the 20th anniversary of Cobain's suicide, a Seattle detective reviewed the case files, including evidence photos and statements. He found no new information to change the police conclusion that Cobain took his own life.

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