Britney Spears is not the only music star with the distinction of being forcibly strapped to a gurney and institutionalized. The same thing happened in 2004 to Courtney Love, another troubled star who once lost custody of her daughter, Frances. Having been down that road, Courtney is now worried for Britney. "I know the exactitudes of what's going on, having been there," she told Access Hollywood. "Here is what's gonna happen if she doesn't get help — something very, very bad is gonna happen." In her first interview in a year, Courtney urged public awareness of the dangers of drugs. "People need to be more educated about drugs and the effect of drugs," she said. "It has been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt, it is a genetic condition and it is a disease; It's a part of our brain that doesn't care about consequences, doesn't care if our children are gonna get taken away." Courtney credits her 12-step program, and a daily Buddhist chanting practice she shares with Orlando Bloom, for helping her overcome her problems.