What do you think happens first? A) She kills someone else; or B) She kills herself.

California Judge Delays Courtney Love Drug Case Again
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (Reuters) – A hearing to determine whether Courtney Love will be tried on drug charges was postponed on Tuesday, but not before the singer-actress had disrupted the proceedings and was admonished by the judge to keep quiet.
It was the fourth time a Beverly Hills judge has put off hearing the felony case stemming from Love’s Oct. 2 trip to a local hospital for what police called “a medical emergency.”
Superior Court Judge Elden Fox reset the hearing for April 15 after Love’s new lawyer said he needed more time to prepare his case and obtain evidence from investigators.
Love, 39, has pleaded innocent to illegally possessing prescription painkillers.
She faces two charges in a separate case stemming from her pre-dawn arrest earlier the same day outside a boyfriend’s home, where police said she was breaking windows.
The frontwoman for the now-defunct rock band Hole arrived in court on Tuesday in a sheer pink-and-red dress and a turquoise sweater with her attorney Michael Rosenstein, who took over the case last month.
She called out: “Hello Judge Fox,” and later blurted out when prosecutors objected to delaying the case: “I’ve got the bottles with me. I’ve got the prescriptions on me.”
Fox admonished her not to interrupt, saying: “Ms. Love, you’re not doing yourself any service.”
At one point, Love handed a book, “A History of Women, Renaissance and Enlightenment Paradoxes,” to a reporter seated behind her, pointing out that the table of contents listed female journalists, witches and prostitutes consecutively.
When asked whether she would be able to make the new court date, Love told the judge: “I’ll be right here.”
She is scheduled to appear Wednesday night on the CBS “Late Show with David Letterman” for an interview and to perform a song from her debut solo album, “America’s Sweetheart,” the first release from Love in six years, the network said.