It took an ugly divorce settlement to reveal that Frances Bean Cobain, the only daughter of late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain and singer Courtney Love, is receiving US$95,496 ($130,000) monthly from his publicity rights and $6,785 ($9,200) from dividends.
Frances Bean, 24, is also worth more than US$11mil ($14.9mil), and has listed in the court case her $4.5mil ($6.1mil) property and a further $6.8mil ($9.2mil) from stocks, bonds and other assets.
But she has declared her monthly expenses to be US$205,000 ($280,000), most of which goes towards paying for legal and accountancy fees for her divorce.
She secretly wedded musician Isaiah Silva — frontman of American rock band The Eeries — in 2014, but the couple split last year.
They have no children together, but a court ruled that Frances Bean must pay her ex US$12,000 ($16,000) monthly for four months as temporary spousal support, as well as US$15,000 ($20,000) to cover his legal fees.
This is reportedly due to Isaiah claiming that his “break-up of marriage and incidents of violence and harassment” against him have affected his touring and music recording (and subsequently, his income).
He is seeking half of his ex-wife's assets as part of the divorce settlement as he claims there was no prenuptial agreement.
He also attempted to keep one of Kurt Cobain’s prized guitars, as he claims it was a wedding gift, which Frances Bean is reportedly trying to get the court to return to her.