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Stern and 2 docs ordered back to court in Anna Nicole Smith Case

Photos of Stern and 2 Docs from TMZ
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After the trio pled not guilty last week to charges they conspired to provide prescription drugs to the former model that led to her death two years ago, Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Kristi Lousteau ordered them back to court for a preliminary setting conference on June 8, 2009.

The three felony charges were filed in March against Smith’s former boyfriend Howard K. Stern, 40, and her two doctors, Sandeep Kapoor, 40, and Khristine Eroshevich, 61 came after a two-year investigation by the California Attorney General Jerry Brown. 

The drugs that they allegedly supplied Smith include, clonazepam, methadone and chloral hydrate.

Smith died of an accidental overdose at the age of 39 in a Florida hotel room.

According to Wenn News, the two doctors face an additional charge of obtaining a prescription for opiates by fraud, deceit or misrepresentation and prescribing opiates by giving a false name or address. 

Signature samples were obtained from all three defendants last week to compare to the prescriptions given to Smith.

If found guilty of all charges, they could face up to 33 years behind bars.

The case is filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court’s Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center.

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Comments

  • Noodlemonkey 5 years ago

    Stern and his cronies deserve whatever they get. He is a vile sycophant who exploited Anna, Dannielynn and, more recently, the court system. If exploitation was an olympic sport, he'd win the gold.

  • MJP 1221 5 years ago

    I completely argee with Noodlemonkey. From a legal perspective, I hope that this at least distracts HKS from his unending quest to "game" the US judical system in his attempts to rob the Marshall family of ANS's "late husband's" estate.

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