Courtney Love is in the dog house again.
Bryan Safi, a comedian and actor on Fox’s “9-1-1,” claims the singer caused a ruckus with her pooch at the Los Angeles hot spot The Butcher, The Baker, The Cappuccino Maker on Sunday.
“This dog is just a little Pomeranian, screaming, screaming, screaming, screaming, the whole time. She can’t keep track of it,” Safi said on his podcast, “Throwing Shade,” at first refusing to name Love. “The dog is running everywhere. [It’s] running on her lap … It gets caught on a heat lamp, the base of one… [it] chokes itself around it. She’s like, ‘I don’t know,’ and puts the dog on the table.”
“Then she goes, ‘Can I have something of sugar for my coffee?’ They were like, ‘Yeah, sure.’ They bring over the container where the, like, all the, like, Equal and Sweet’N Low and Stevia and all that stuff is. She dumps the whole … turns it over! Dumps the whole thing on the table, fills the cup with water, opens the sugar packets and starts feeding it to the dog with the water.”
Safi later identified Love, 54, as the alleged misbehaver while appearing as a guest on “The Michelle Collins Show” on SiriusXM Stars.
The ingredient xylitol, which is a popular sugar substitute, is toxic to dogs and can lead to hypoglycemia, seizures, liver failure and death. Safi did not specify whether he was claiming Love used sugar packets or artificial sweetener in the concoction.
Love’s reps didn’t immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
Safi’s allegations come ten years after Love’s daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, filed court papers claiming Love’s reckless behavior led to the death of her dog and cat.
The bombshell court papers include claims the family cat died after getting “entangled” in Love’s piles of possessions, while the dog, Uncle Fester, allegedly swallowed some of Love’s prescription pills.
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