Anna Nicole Smith … Mother Blames Drugs … Autopsy Today … May She Now Rest in Peace


 Anna Nicole Smith

The mystery continues in the sudden death of Anna Nicole Smith. CBS is reporting that illegal narcotics were found in Smith’s hotel room.
Sources tell CBS 2′s Scott Weinberger that investigators found illegal narcotics as well as prescription medications in Anna Nicole’s Florida hotel room.
Sources also tell CBS 2 that investigators removed eight bags of evidence from her hotel room.
In an interview with ABC’s “Good Morning America”, Anna Nicole Smith’s mother, Verge Arthur, worries that Anna may have died as a result of a drug overdose.
“I think she had too many drugs,” Arthur told “GMA” anchor Robin Robert, “just like Danny.” This was an apparent reference to Smith’s 20-year-old son Daniel, who died suddenly in the Bahamas last year.
A 28-year veteran of Texas law enforcement, Arthur has been very frank about her disappointment in Anna Nicole because of her use of drugs and her “hanging out with the wrong crowd.”
“And I tried to warn her about drugs and the people that she hung around with,” Arthur said. “She wouldn’t listen.”
See Video HERE (See what Rosie was saying right before Anna died)
“If I have to see Anna Nicole Smith one more time on television” … “she can hardly even speak now …” 

Gee Rosie, I guess you wont be hearing her speak anymore now will you? Its just too bad the same cannot be said for Rosie being heard. This vile human being makes a living off being mean toward others. Who exactly died and made you the world’s critic? Rosie, what until you are judged. I would say email Rosie what you think, but it appears that everyone has an email address on “The View”, but Rosie. What a brave soul. Where’s your email coward? Can dish it out but you cant take it?

UPDATE II: Anna Nicole Smith Autopsy Inconclusive

“We found no illegal drugs, only prescription medicines” in Smith’s hotel room at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Fla., according to Seminole Police Chief Charlie Tiger. Nothing unusual was observed on hotel surveillance tapes, which are still being reviewed, and there was no evidence to suggest a crime occurred, he said.

Tiger said he was not releasing the names on the bottles of prescription pills, and that he had gotten sworn statements from all the parties involved. (Fox News)



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    34 Responses to “Anna Nicole Smith … Mother Blames Drugs … Autopsy Today … May She Now Rest in Peace”

    1. JusticeforNatalee on February 9th, 2007 11:45 am

      I wish that Anna had put her fortune and fame to better use;
      for example, getting an education and devoting herself to charity work.

      Then she could have really lived the good life.

      One of the things I noticed about Anna is that she did not seem to be
      mean-spirited at all.

    2. curious george on February 9th, 2007 12:43 pm

      There is an interesting article on titled maui fever and it makes some interesting points between aruba/natalee holloway and a new show on mtv called maui fever.

    3. mayan_moons on February 9th, 2007 1:40 pm

      What is this i hear……za za gabor’s (sp) husband or ex is saying that HE could be the father of Anna’s baby?? Whoa

    4. mayan_moons on February 9th, 2007 2:29 pm

      Thank you for posting that link curious george, i concur that its disgusting and feel we should add Mtv to the top of the list & go after them.

      This is something i think Nancy,Rita & the others should know about & take them to task. In light of Natalee’s fate i think many many Americans would appreciate finding this out about Mtv.

    5. mayan_moons on February 9th, 2007 2:36 pm

      btw i love your moniker curious george & thought of using it till i saw you had it.

    6. Ali on February 9th, 2007 5:15 pm

      The reason that her e-mail address is not on The View website is because she has her own blog at
      and she has had it for some time. By the way the show is “The View” and her job is to give opinions. You may not like her opinions, but you should have printed the full contents and you would have seen that she said that Anna Nicole’s whole situation with the death of her son, etc., is very unfortunate and sad.

    7. Patti on February 9th, 2007 6:42 pm

      Anna Nicole Smith drank from the same fountain as Rosie O’Donnell… Hollywood! If you let your dirty laundry air in public, you are open to comments of criticism.

      Poor Anna, had to sell the last photos of her son to pay for his burial. Poor Anna, didn’t know who fathered her child. Poor Anna, got kicked out of her house in the Bahamas for non-payment. Poor Anna, chasing after dreams of becoming rich, trying to capitalize off an old man’s desire to relive his youth before kissing the big pie in the sky! Any other woman would have ignored his behavior, but not Poor Anna! As far as she was concerned, she was entitled to his wealth and much, much more. So she dragged his reputation and that of his family through the mud… and for what? Money? There isn’t enough money in the world that could ever make Poor Anna happy… not enough money in the world to make her whole.

      And, now, that she’s gone, we’re supposed to look upon her as a victim? I’m not buying it! There is no “poor Anna” in my book. She’s the one that chose to sell herself to a world that measures a person’s worth by her curves, her measurements and her weight. She’s the one that chose to stick powder up her nose. She’s the one that held nothing as sacred, not her relationships and not even the memory of her own son.

      She was not the victim in a world of predators…
      she was the predator! Poor, poor Anna!

    8. da_wench on February 9th, 2007 7:02 pm

      #7 – I hope you don’t fall off your high horse. The woman is dead and you call her the predator? She was a sad girl and a sad woman and no amount of money or men could change that. She needed guidance, but all she got was used up. If that old man wanted her to have the money, then she should have had it. I wonder which of the potential daddys will want to raise AN baby if there isn’t 400M to go along with the pampers?

    9. Patti on February 9th, 2007 7:56 pm

      You have me mistaken for your dead starlet. I don’t ride
      a high horse but she did… a white one.

      It’s funny how men that do these things is considered a
      predator or a psychopath… their deaths are applauded.
      While Anna Nicole, being a woman, is excused for all the
      things that she does in the name of victim mentality.

    10. nychic on February 9th, 2007 11:04 pm

      Anna Nicole Seemed To Be A Good Person

      J.Howard Marshall Was Said To Be In That Strip Club Frequently In Pursuit of Anna So It Was Really
      The Old Man Who Initiated Their Friendship

      It Was Also Evident That Anna Loved Her Son Daniel
      Very Much – Anna Said Daniel Was Her Whole Life –
      She Always Put Him First


      It Was Reported That Howard K. Stern Has An Apt.
      In California Where He Operates A Business Out Of
      **Hot Smoochie Lips Inc**
      What Could That Be ???

    11. Patti on February 9th, 2007 11:34 pm

      Da Wench:

      I agree with you, if the old man wanted her to have his
      money, she should have it. Question is: What if he didn’t
      want her to have his money?

      Just so you know, the old man excluded her, completely,
      from his will. He left her nothing. If what you say is
      true, isn’t it also true that if he didn’t want her to have
      it, she shouldn’t have it? Well, she threw a fit saying
      that she was married to him; and as his wife, she deserved
      half his money, his family disagreed, thus the lawsuit.

      Does anybody have any idea why Anna Nicole’s daughter is
      being held by children’s protective services in Nassau? I
      heard on the news that the child’s grandmother had traveled
      to Nassau to see her grand daughter and was not allowed a
      visit. What’s up with that?

      You want to feel sorry for someone, she is the one that will
      probably suffer the pain from all of this, in the long run.
      Her and her grand daughter.

    12. Patti on February 9th, 2007 11:47 pm

      NY Chic:

      That’s funny, in Anna Nicole’s own words, she said that J.
      Howard Marshall had come into the club. He looked sad and
      she felt bad for him. She went over to talk to him and he
      asked her to dance. He had recently lost his second wife.

    13. nychic on February 10th, 2007 12:05 am

      Patti -

      Anna Nicole And Her Family In Mexia Texas Have Not
      Spoken In Years – Except for That Crazy Cousin Who
      Appeared Out Of Nowhere During The Taping of Anna’s TV Show -

      It Was Proven That Members of Anna’s Family Tried
      To Cash In By Selling Pictures/Stories To The Media -

      Even After That Toothless Cousin Apologized And
      Anna Forgave Her – She Reportedly Was Paid For
      An Interview That Anna Had Asked Her Not To Do -

      The Only Person Who I Think Really Cared About
      Anna’s Best Interests Was Her Former Assistant Kimmy
      From The Reality Show & In Real Life –
      What Happened To Her ?
      Did Howard Eliminate Her As Well ?
      Notice We Have Not Seen Her Chasing Anna’a Money !

    14. nychic on February 10th, 2007 12:11 am

      Patti -

      That Strip Club Is Ricks Cabaret In Houston TX

      Old J.Howard Was Reported To Be A Regular There
      And Was Taken By Anna – He Did Not Ask Her To Dance
      With Him – He Paid Her To Dance For Him – Repeatedly

      He Also Bought Her A Huge Ranch and Paid For Her
      First Breast Implants – Along With Alot of Very
      Expensive Jewelry – And This Was Before He Even Proposed !
      So Who Was Pursuing Who ?

    15. nychic on February 10th, 2007 12:24 am

      Anna Nicole’s Daughter DannieLynn Is Being
      Cared For By The Family of Bahamian Immigration
      Minister Shane Gibson -

      Not Sure Where Patti Picked Up Child Protective Services ?

    16. Patti on February 10th, 2007 3:00 am

      N.Y. Chic:

      The club that they met was called Gigi’s not Rick’s Cabaret.
      Old J. Howard was not a regular of that nor any other strip
      joint. He was taken there by his chauffeur in an attempt to
      lift his spirits.

      You’re right about him paying for everything. It was he who
      paid for her plastic surgery and breast implants in her
      attempt to look like Marilyn Monroe… and it was after he
      had done these things for her that she sent her picture to
      Playboy and went on to pose for them, land her job with
      Guess and all the rest.

      As far as why her mother went to Children’s Protective
      Services, I have no idea. My guess is that she was not
      aware of her grandchild’s whereabouts. She went to Nassau
      with a T.V. crew. I didn’t catch the full story but I
      think it was Anna’s attorney that finally said that the
      child was in the custody of the minister.

    17. Patti on February 10th, 2007 3:19 am


      Her mother cared about her. So did her sisters. Her mom
      had been with her since the death of Daniel, during which
      time her mom says that she was “totally out of it” on drugs.
      Her mom was concerned about her and told her that she needed
      to stop taking drugs and hanging out with the people that
      she was associating with because she feared that the same
      thing was going to happen to Anna as what had happened to

      I don’t know where you get your information… maybe from
      Anna Nicole’s show? Many of the stories that Anna Nicole
      told about herself were fabricated lies. Including where
      she was born and how she was raised. She wasn’t from Mexia,
      she was from Houston and she wasn’t poor, she was from a
      middle class family. Her mom was a police officer. I don’t
      think her sisters would appreciate her spewing stories about
      no body caring about her.

      Anna Nicole Smith wanted everyone to think that she was some
      poor kid from the worst of families. I don’t know of any
      toothless cousins, but I can assure you that her immediate
      family were of the average, middle class type. Anna Nicole
      was the only one that was spoken of as being “wild and free”
      and the last year of her life was a clear indication of that.

      It will be interesting to see how many men come forward for
      paternity tests… so far, there are three. All that un-
      protected sex can certainly be risky. Poor, poor Anna…

    18. Patti on February 10th, 2007 12:57 pm

      I think the truth can be determined in realizing that Anna
      Nicole Smith didn’t work at Rick’s Caberet until after her
      breast implants and plastic surgery. Before that, she was
      a plain, flat-chested waitress working at Gigi’s.

      In her own words, Old J. Howard had given her everything
      she needed to persue her life-long dream of becoming a star
      like Marilyn Monroe. She even told some people that she was
      Marilyn’s illegitimate daughter and they believed her until
      it was brought to their attention that Anna was born after
      Marilyn had died.

      Anna Nicole Smith, born as Vickie Lynn Hogan was a person
      that was dissatisfied with her own identity. Even as a
      teenager she told everyone her name was Nikki. She had the
      opportunity to reinvent herself and she did. She stripped
      under the name of Nikki and soon after became known as Anna
      Nicole Smith.

      Everything about her, her face, her breasts and even her
      persona was fake. She always wanted to be someone else and the saddest part of her story was that the media became co-dependent with her in her illusions, making her one of the
      most explited people in the new age of reality T.V.

    19. DennisAOK on February 10th, 2007 3:59 pm

      There is a slice of the female population that will sell, figuratively if not literally, their looks and body for support from men. There is a slice of the male population that is willing to engage in that transaction. When this reaches an extreme level, as with a very young, attractive woman and a very rich, very old man, we are fascinated. Hence the interest in Anna Nicole Smith.

      I don’t spend much time following the lives of celebrities – before her death, I would not have been able to identify Anna Nicole Smith – but after reading so much about her these past two days I have a divided opinion. I feel sorry for her in that she seems to have craved attention and wanted to be loved. She was naturally friendly, and loved her son. If only she had found someone who did love her for herself and not only for the money he could extract from her, perhaps she would have settled down to a normal lifestyle, which she said she wanted. On the other hand, women I have known like this do not like to be told to change their ways, and she wouldn’t listen to her mother. She was an adult, and made her own choices, some of them, apparently, not good ones.

      May she rest in peace.

    20. obx on February 10th, 2007 5:04 pm

      Whats the big deal with Anna Nicole?

      Sure its sad that anyone dies before their time.
      Even sadder that a little infant has to inherit
      the circus that defines Anna Nicole.

      What I wonder is how she manipulated men to
      get through every crisis? Including the house
      she stayed at in Bahamas. Now that house has had
      the locks changed!!! She even tried to say that
      the house was given to her by the SC Developer!

      She made controversy an art.

      In looking at her photos, some indicate a
      very nice looking woman. Some indicate otherwise.

      Selling those photos for $800k+ was just downright
      disgusting. Guess they used that money to pay for
      the $1250/night Hard Rock Cafe room where she
      met her final end. Being sliced and diced through
      a autopsy to satisfy what we may guess about her
      untimely death.

      Its sad and I just wish the circus packs up
      and leaves town….

    21. nychic on February 10th, 2007 5:15 pm

      Patti -

      I Have Heard It Was Rick’s Cabaret For Years
      I Suppose You Should Contact Rick Himself
      Since He Apparently Is Under The Same Impression:

    22. nychic on February 10th, 2007 5:19 pm


      If Someone Makes A Choice To Have Cosmetic Surgery
      It Is Not The Place Of Anyone Else To Make Judgements
      If You Want Something Done And You Can Afford It
      I Say: Go For It ! 9 Times Out Of 10 You Won’t Regret It !

    23. obx on February 10th, 2007 5:34 pm

      Change the word form “through” to “During”.

      It should read :

      “Being sliced and diced during
      a autopsy to satisfy what we may guess about her
      untimely death.”

      I have no problems with plastic surgery….

    24. DennisAOK on February 10th, 2007 6:02 pm

      Rick’s is a prominent place in Houston, but the biography that CBS ran last night on Anna Nicole cited Gigi’s as the place where they met.

      I agree with the comment above that Anna looks good in some photos and only so-so in others. In my opinion, best in the professional looking black at the Supreme Court, but I don’t like a lot of make up.

      I think Anna was entitled to half the earnings from Marshall’s assets during their marriage, which is standard community property law, which Texas has. That’s about $80 million, what one court gave her and worth fighting for. The problem is you have a poorly educated woman potentially worth a lot of money who is vulnerable. Stern definitely should not be her lawyer, business manager, executor and lover. Conflict of interest everywhere. If his name is on the prescription drugs, you do start to wonder.

    25. Patti on February 10th, 2007 10:56 pm


      I agree with you, she was pretty in black at the Supreme Court. She was a pretty woman. I don’t have a problem with plastic surgery except that I think it can be abused in the case of some people, like Michael Jackson; and it is used as a tool by others to fix self-conceived problems, that in my mind are superficial. Some of the most beautiful people in the world are not all that good looking, while some of the most disgusting people are georgeous. In my mind, true beauty is obtained from the confidence that comes from liking yourself and being happy with your achievements. Maybe that’s why she looked so good in a plain black dress after the Supreme Court battle.

      I often wondered what she did with all her money… and the sale of her son’s pictures to supposedly pay for his burial costs seemed like a contrived story. It does seem odd that after having little money upon the death of her son, she is paying $1,250 a night to stay at the Hard Rock Hotel. I don’t think she had a clue about the value of money and how quickly you can go through it living the high-life. But the death of her son and the humility that would, normally, come from having to sell his pictures seems like it would have made her more aware of the problems that can come from poor money management.

      And then there’s Howard…

      The reason that I think they deserve eachother is because I think that they both are made from the same mold. There is no doubt in my mind that he was very much a part of her substance abuse. It was reported that he was the one that gave Daniel the dose of Methadone that would come to be his last. I think he may have been the bridge between Anna and Daniel when it came to one of the unspoken activities that they shared, the desire to get high and forget all your problems. Some posters have asked how someone could just stand by and watch Anna self-destruct and my guess would be that he was an active participant in the destruction that comes from being addicted to the physical highs… making your body sick with chemicals. And an active participant in sick acts of sexual deprivaty… the unspoken secret of the side effects that usually exist in the world of big money and good drugs.

      One has to question his ability to be all those things that you mentioned, lawyer, business manager, executor and lover; and my guess is that they were both active in the web of deceit and corruption that they weaved around eachother. Co-dependent upon the sick things that they had in common.

      He is not like any men that I have known. All the men that I have known would have been turned off… but then again, the people I know have a solid foot planted in real reality.

    26. oneyka on February 11th, 2007 10:35 am

      people like this “Pati” write comments totally wrong and sounds like this “person” is an awful jealous “person”.

      Anna’s mother was NOT with her when Daniel passed away. Anna has been stranged from that family for over ten years, and this was said by her sister at the Larry King’s Show, they have not seen each other for ten years.
      Howard K. Stern was devoted to Anna, and if she chose to take drugs and chose her lifestyle, Howard was there to accompany her, and perhaps he did not have enough influence to stop whatever she wanted to do. She was his boss, and even if he cared romantically for her, seems to me Anna did whatever she wanted.
      Unfortunately her son probably got caught up in this erroneous lifestyle, but that does not mean that this man Stern had anything to do with any of their deaths. He was Anna’s companion for more than 12 years, he was there always for her, holding her arm, protecting her.
      Anna’s mother appears with this “motherly” love with her inuendos at the Nancy Grace Show, who loves to exploit the human tragedy (Duckett case) and keeps showing over and over the interview with this Anna’s “mother” like adding fuel to the fire insinuating it was “murder”.
      If a woman is truly a loving mother, she would not even appear on TV at moments like this. Howard K. Stern is listed as the baby’s father and therefore he has the right to keep the baby, at least for now.
      The grandmother has no right to go claim the baby unless she goes to the proper channels, I know, as I adopted my own grandchild because my daughter was unable to care for him due to drugs and I went to the process as anyone else, they did not hand me the baby just because I was the maternal grandmother, I had to go through the Social Services scrutiny, from one State to another, it took almost three years, but I have my son now for ten years and he is a happy 13 year old thriving in school and he is a good kid.
      So Pati, stop being so hateful and have some respect to the deceased, they are gone, whatever they did, let them rest in peace. I hope Howard K. Stern does keep HIS baby, as his mother and sister are supposed to have the baby now. I do not think he needs to be fighting Larry whatever $$$$ and that nut, the so called Prince, who incidentally he has that title because his father bought the title from some bankrupt princess. He said in an interview that he could not raise the girl as he has “a wife and he does not want to upset her”. Then why even come forward? He has to take care of Zsa Zsa who is 90 years old, and he is 63, why not just keep his damned mouth shut?
      The creeps are coming out of woodwork, including you Pati.
      Anna, you rest in peace and be with your son in company of angels, whatever you did in life it was YOUR life and YOUR choosing.

    27. DennisAOK on February 11th, 2007 12:16 pm


      I agree with you that drug abuse will be found to be the major factor in the demise of Anna Nicole and her son. Stern was at a minimum an enabler and more likely an active participant. If he really loved her he would have tried to stop her addiction, not feed it. Maybe I am overly sympathetic to her, but it seems to me that what makes her a tragic figure is that it didn’t have to end this way. If she had found a guy who really cared for her and was not trying to gain from her financially, she might have straightened herself out. Then again, maybe Anna didn’t want to be straightened out. I had a girlfriend a few years ago who had a lot going for her – well educated, good job, nice looking, very funny – who was is an alcoholic, which led to a lot of problems. I thought I could reason with and “save” her, but she didn’t want to be saved.


      Larry Birkhead may well be the father of Anna’s baby, in which case Stern will have no right to the her.

    28. Patti on February 11th, 2007 2:51 pm


      I agree with you. I don’t think that Anna wanted to be helped… either that or she was so bent on destroying her life that no one could stop her. The things that she hungered for were the very things that made her life miserable. Stardom! Does anybody really think that stardom is all it’s cracked up to be? Especially now, with these reality shows… they are more of a spectacle than a form of entertainment!

      I was married to a man that was addicted, not to drugs, but to power and money. I have been in a lawsuit, for over six years with the monster from hell. It’s hard for me to imagine anyone wanting to go through that, voluntarily, as was the case with Anna Nicole.

      She had a whole life in front of her. She had been given everything that she needed to go forward with her life, as a star, and make a fortune of her own. And, yet, she chose, instead, to duke it out with a man that is much like my husband, full of power and greed. I don’t have a choice, I have to fight, but if given the chance to walk away, I would. There is nothing honorable about fighting over money, like a bunch of pigs; and I truly believe that many of her problems were a result of the lawsuit, that never ended. Howard K. Stern was a big part of that… and quite, honestly, I believe it took all the fight out of her.
      Can’t help but wonder what her life would have been like, had someone really loved her… and maybe Howard thought he did, maybe he told her that he did, but it’s obvious to me that the fight at the pigsty was much too important to him to ever suggest that she drop it.

      All that money… would be nice, but not if it cuts your life short or kills you with the stress that you go through fighting for it. Sometimes, there is just not enough money in the world.

    29. Patti on February 11th, 2007 3:41 pm


      Yeah, I’m jealous. She had everything that a person could hope for: an estranged family; a drug-addicted son; men that hovered over her, using her for every ounce of energy that she had; a pill bottle that helped her face her demise and a man that loved her.

      You want to hold yourself up as the loving mom of a drug addict, while you accuse Anna Nicole Smith’s mom of faking her “motherly” affection? One would think that with your experience, as a mother of one that ruins her life through the use of drugs, you would have compassion for a mother that is in the same boat… only worse, she doesn’t have a grandson to save from her daughter, anymore.

      You want me to shut-up like I’m some insect that crawled through the woodwork and happened upon this site? Take a look at the number of posts that I’ve made to this site. It’s posted on the right side of the front page. I have been expressing my opinion on this site long before Anna Nicole Smith died. I am entitled to my opinion and there is a lesson to be learned from the life of Anna Nicole Smith. There, certainly, is nothing wrong with discussion.

      The truth of Anna Nicole Smith is that she was a public persona. She thrived upon having her pictures published and the camera’s rolling. She liked the attention. I seriously doubt that she cares about what we think about her. She never cared when she was a live, and I, seriously, doubt that she cares now that she’s gone.

      Patti (please make note of the spelling)

      P.S. I wonder if you’re going to tell your grandson that his mother had made choices in her life and that those choices were what made it her life, too? What you fail to realize is that when someone becomes addicted, many times, they don’t have a choice…

      Choose to enslave your life to drugs and they will make all your choices for you… wake up, Ms. Oneyka!

    30. DennisAOK on February 11th, 2007 5:28 pm


      I agree that Anna should have taken the $80 million she was entitled to under Texas law. Marshall’s attorney said last night they had offered to give her that, but she wanted one third of the estate. $80 million could thrown off $4-5 million per year in income, enough to live a very extravagant lifestyle.

      Are you the Patti from Florida who used to be on the Natalee Holloway blogs?

    31. Patti on February 11th, 2007 8:01 pm


      I think Anna Nicole liked the attention that came from having her name in the newspapers. Maybe it was more about that than the money for her. Personally, I would have taken what they offered and avoided the battle and all the stress that comes with it. 80 million would have been plenty! Do you think that her and Mr. Stern got greedy and let their ego’s dictate their moves, instead of common sense?

      I had never, really, considered what may have been going through Howard’s mind in all this fiasco. But, maybe, it was all about winning with him… you know, win the case, the money and the ditzy blond as a bonus. Maybe that’s why he was giving her prescriptions, hoping that she could make it through one more final courtroom battle… now, that’s an attorney for you!

      I have posted on the Natalee Holloway blogs, but I’m not from Florida. I’m from Colorado and have lived in various places including the Pacific Northwest, Alaska and the south. I have lived in various states and foreign countries, but never Florida.

      Are you in Oklahoma?

    32. DennisAOK on February 11th, 2007 9:17 pm

      No, I live in Fairfax, VA, outside Washington, DC. I did live in Texas quite a few years. More about me under “Partners and Staff” at my company’s web site,

      I am not sure who Anna’s attorney was right after Marshall died. That person should have urged her to settle in Texas, though he or she may have and she refused. Stern is from California so I assume he was involved in the California litigation. Didn’t Anna Nicole live there before moving to the Bahamas? In her interview with Greta in 2002, she cited him as her best friend. The opportunity for him to become involved with a very rich, attractive celebrity had to be exciting. Still, as her legal counsel, at least initially, he should have urged her to settle, given that the sum of money was substantial and her chances at more than that without being mentioned in the will were not great.

      Geraldo has produced a lot of witnesses saying Stern was into drugs, and there was a lot of Meth in the refrigerator inside the mansion, but we learned tonight the pills were in a fictious cover name for Anna. We also learned that the baby will stay with Stern as long as his name is on the birth certifiate and the baby remains in Bahamas. Birkhead and Anna’s family will have to go there to pursue the paternity suit.

    33. Patti on February 11th, 2007 10:45 pm

      I’m impressed. So managing Anna Nicole’s fortune would have been right up your alley. No wonder you came up with her annual yield on 80 million so gracefully.

      As far as Stern is concerned, he handled Anna Nicole’s plea to the California Supreme Court. She was a resident of California, at the time; and, if I remember correctly, the case had to do with personal damages due to her ex-son-in-law interfering with the old man’s will and testament, as well as personal verbal attacks made against her. She won in California, but the state of Texas didn’t recognize the judgement on the grounds that the California Supreme Court did not have legal jurisdiction in a civil matter in Texas. So the judgement was over-ruled as a matter of law and no funds were paid from the estate. At least that’s my take on it, for what it’s worth…

      Austin is beautiful. Do you ever go back and visit? Do you have family and friends, there?

      I’ve never been to Virginia. I’ve been to New York and have considered moving to upstate, but that’s the extent of my travels in an easterly direction. I’ve always wanted to visit that part of the country, especially, Connecticut and Massachusettes… but have never been.

    34. DennisAOK on February 12th, 2007 8:45 pm


      Yes, I would have loved to have been her financial advisor, but I don’t sleep with my clients!

      Feel free to write me at

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