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Anna Nicole Smith Allegedly Drugged To Death


Anna Nicole Smith Allegedly Drugged To Death

Monday, November 2 2009

On Friday, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert J. Perry ruled that Howard K. Stern, Anna Nicole Smith's lawyer and boyfriend, as well as Khristine Eroshevich, her psychiatrist, and Sandeep Kapoor, her physician, will go in a trial for allegedly giving dangerous drugs to Smith.



"I do find the proof is sufficient to bind them over for trial," Perry said. Stern was charged with 11 counts of felony, while Eroshevich and Kapoor were charged with 6 each.



A pharmacist, who was one of the witnesses, revealed that Eroshevich asked him to fill a prescription but he refused because the medication was already considered a "pharmaceutical suicide."




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