LOS ANGELES, Oct. 28 (UPI) -- A Los Angeles judge ordered Courtney Love to stand trial on a felony charge of assault with a deadly weapon for allegedly throwing a whiskey bottle at a woman.
Love was in court Wednesday, less than a week after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct at a New York club, facing charges the singer threw a whiskey bottle at Kristin King's face and a lit candle at the back of King's head, "Entertainment Tonight" reported Thursday.
King also testified Love pinched her and chased her with a flashlight last April at the home of Jim Barber, Love's former boyfriend.
Love's attorney called the allegations a case of "she said, she said."
"We hope this will be resolved in a way to allow (Love) to move on with her life," Love's attorney said.
Love, who remains free on $150,000 bail, was ordered to return to court Nov. 15 for arraignment on the charges.