Vicki Lynn Hogan or Anna Nicole Smith was an American stripper, actress, and singer. The star died on February 8, 2007. Many questions hovered over the causes of his death. Only, in March 2007, the police shed light on the matter. Anna Nicole Smith died of an “accidental drug overdose”. “We are convinced that this is a case of accidental overdose (of drugs) and that there is no criminal act,” said Charlie Tiger, the police officer in charge of the investigation.
This story had particularly passionate America 15 years ago. After all, the death of the 39-year-old actress left room for many questions. Many analyzes had also been made following his death. The investigator who shed light on this death therefore filled in all the potential blanks.
They fought for the body of Anna Nicole Smith
Recall that Anna Nicole Smith was buried in the Bahamas on March 2, 2007. The place of her burial was at the center of a legal battle between her mother and her companion. Indeed, her mother wanted her daughter to be buried in Texas. For his part, Howard Stern, his companion, firmly wanted her to be buried in the Bahamas alongside her son Daniel, who died at the age of 20.
It was not until February 28, 2007 that a Florida Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Howard Stern. When she died, Anna Nicole Smith left behind a 6-month-old girl named Dannielynn. At the time, three men claimed his paternity in court. An action obviously motivated by the fortune that the child could inherit at that time.
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