Courtney Love postpones tour
Just days before it was due to kick off, Courtney Love has postponed her planned U.S. club tour. A Love spokesperson cited the artist's pending legal issues as the reason for the move when contacted by Billboard.com, noting that Love's management plans to reschedule the dates. A handful of dates are listed as cancelled, including a June 28 show in New York's Central Park.

The tour was to kick off Friday (June 18) in New Haven, Conn., and play 24 dates before closing July 23 in Los Angeles. Love is facing three pending trials and a promised stint in rehab as condition of a plea entered in a fourth matter.

On May 25, she pled guilty to a misdemeanor drug offense in Los Angeles Superior Court. That charge stemmed from an October incident at the home of her former manager, as does a pending felony drug charge in Beverly Hills Superior Court, where she is accused of illegally possessing prescription painkillers. Love allegedly gave police a small bag of pills after officers responded to a call from her home hours after her initial arrest.

On Friday, Love surrendered to L.A. police and was booked on a felony charge of assault with a deadly weapon for allegedly assaulting a 32-year-old woman with a liquor bottle at boyfriend Jim Barber's home in April. She was released after posting $55,000 bail. A July 9 court date was set for her arraignment.

On June 28, Love is due in Manhattan criminal court to face charges of third-degree-assault and second-degree reckless endangerment, after she allegedly felled a fan during a March performance by throwing a microphone stand into the audience. Love pled not guilty to those charges during a May 13 court appearance.

according to Billboard