An ex of this permanent A list musician came forward with some brand new information that really made the widow look bad.
Apparently though, the ex feared for her job and being doxxed so removed the posts.
Cornell split from his first wife, Soundgarden manager Susan Silver, in 2004. The following year, he filed a $1 million lawsuit against his ex-wife, claiming Silver “had defrauded him of royalties and never returned, among other things, his Grammys and some recordings and journals,” according to SPIN magazine. Silver described Cornell’s claims as “baseless” and “absurd,” adding that “at no time have there been any wrongdoings on my part, nor any withholding of his property. His claims are as manufactured as [President George W. Bush’s] reasons to be at war in Iraq and this attempt to damage my respected reputation will only prove one thing – he should stick to singing.”
The break-up got weird. According to SPIN, Cornell filed a restraining order against a man he claimed had been hired by Silver to stalk him; the following year, he boasted on his website about “dusting off the 15 or so guitars that I recently had returned to me after the end of a very long lawsuit where someone had decided that maybe the tools of my trade and guitars I played on my entire catalogue should be in their possession forever.”
For her part, Silver stuck by her story. “It didn’t ever have to be acrimonious. It’s incredibly painful, unnecessary, and expensive when someone is abusing the legal system to try to hurt another person,” she told SPIN. – Source