Ex-NIRVANA Manager Debunks KURT COBAIN Death Conspiracy Theories
Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain's death has been the subject of multiple conspiracy theories for almost three decades now. To this day, a lot of fans aren't convinced that the late Seattle rocker took his own life.
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Danny Goldberg, Nirvana's former manager, has broken his silence about the near three-decade conspiracy. He released a book about Cobain called Serving the Servant: Remembering Kurt Cobain which coincided with the singer's 25th death anniversary.
At a recent book signing, he slammed the theories suggesting Kurt was actually murdered. Goldberg shared that he met Tom Grant, the private investigator who worked on the 2014 documentary Soaked in Bleach and claimed everything he said in the controversial documentary wasn't true. "I met Tom Grant once, once was enough… He gave me why he thought this was very suspicious,” he added. “And I said to him, ‘Don’t you think the Seattle police department would investigate this? It’s kind of front-page news, and they’re under a lot of scrutiny."
He also denied allegations that Cobain's wife Courtney Love was involved in the horrific case. "I don’t think they would even let her into a police station, especially in those days," he said. "I just feel like that was enough for me. And combined with having seen him the week before, knowing the condition he was in, and I know Krist Novoselic shares this view. It’s just my unalterable opinion."
"People are in pain… There is no answer to why some people kill themselves and others don’t,” he also said. “You can’t always do something. But I understand that people, who are at a distance and in pain, look for explanations and are vulnerable to bullshit artists." Check out the audio clip from the book signing below: