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Anna Nicole Smith dies at age 39

Discussion in 'The Atrium' started by PackerLegend, Feb 8, 2007.

  1. PackinSteel

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    they wouldnt script it cuz nobody would watch it or care about it.
     
  3. cheesey

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    I guess the fact that guys have to wait in line to "prove" who the father is says something about her morals. I guess if you sleep around that kind of situation will happen.
    Like i said........."Springer"..........or maybe "Morey Povich" show.
    And (insert name) you are NOT/ARE the father!
    Its a shame for the one it affects the most........the innocent little girl.
     
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    Well said Cheesy!! :cheerleader:
     
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    I was wondering.
    Say the Dad of baby smith has two kids with two other mothers.
    Say there is an inheritence for baby smith that would since go to the father.

    Do the other two kids from different mothers get part of that inheritence as well?
     
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    No. The baby would inherit the money and the father would be the custodian. Should the baby then die, the father would inherit the money. If the father dies, then the other kids would get it.

    However, I am certain that Niocole had a trust(s) done. When the trustee (Nicole) dies, the trust continues to live (it is a living legal entity in itself) and a successor trustee is named (One that Nicole would have named when starting the trust) The trust would in detail, say where, how, and to whom the money is given, gifted, or spent.

    Don't be surprised if Nicole's mom was named the successor trustee and ends up with the money.
     
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    Where there's money, there are lawyers....
     
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    and where there's lawyers there's AADP trying to fit in with them
     
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    (Till they bump her off!)
     
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    NASSAU, Bahamas (CNN) -- A lawyer representing one of the men claiming to be the father of Anna Nicole Smith's infant daughter alleged Monday that there is "fraud" in the child's birth certificate.

    Larry Birkhead and his attorney Debra Opri were attending a hearing over custody of the child in Nassau, Bahamas. Afterward, Opri said there is a "big hole" in the certificate.

    She refused to comment further, as she and her client smiled and gave thumbs up to reporters swarming them.

    Smith's boyfriend at the time of her death, Howard K. Stern, has said he is the baby's father.

    Attorney Wayne Munroe attended the hearing Monday in place of Stern.

    Virgie Arthur, Smith's estranged mother who also wants custody, was there as well.

    After the hearing, she was bombarded by reporters on the way to her waiting limousine.

    A hearing in the matter was scheduled for March 16.
    Who gets the house?

    Later in the day, Smith's estate faced another battle -- this one over a house where Smith lived.

    A South Carolina developer says he owns the home and Smith never paid him back for it, though she had said it was a gift.

    Stern has been living in the home with Dannielynn. There are concerns over what would happen to the baby if Stern is evicted.

    The judge hearing the case allowed Stern and Dannielynn to stay in the house pending a March 14 hearing on all the issues.
    Body battle royale

    Meanwhile, back in South Florida, Arthur's petition was granted to block an earlier ruling giving custody of Smith's remains to an attorney representing her infant, Miami-based Richard Milstein.

    Florida's 4th District Court of Appeals gave Milstein and attorneys for Stern until 2 p.m. Tuesday to file responses.

    Milstein had opted to have Smith buried in the Bahamas next to her son, Daniel.

    Daniel died a few days after Dannielynn's birth.

    Arthur wants Smith buried with other family members in Texas.

    Arthur's attorneys argued a strict reading of Florida law gives her custody over Smith's remains. Her lawyers say that when there is no spouse and no child at least 18 years old, custody over the remains goes to the next of kin, which in this case is the mother.

    Judge Larry Seidlin, in a tearful televised ruling last week, awarded custody to Milstein.

    Seidlin found precedent suggesting that if a deceased person had expressed a desire about how to handle his or her remains, that should be followed. He found Smith had expressed a desire to be buried alongside her son in the Bahamas and had bought a burial plot there.

    Seidlin ruled that Dannielynn is Smith's next of kin.

    Arthur's attorneys asked Seidlin to stay his original order, but he denied the request Monday morning. The judge said he is concerned about the deterioration of Smith's body. She died February 8.

    Amid all this, yet another piece of news introduced new questions into the story.

    U.S. law enforcement officials had an appointment with Dr. Hubert Minnis, Smith's obstetrician-gynecologist in the Bahamas, to ask about any drugs Smith may have been taking that he was not prescribing, a Bahamian official close to the case told CNN.
     
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    Gee Anna........how does it feel to be on the OTHER end of the "gold digger" world?
    (I'd ask her that.....if she was still here!)
    I'll tell ya..............Jerry Springer could make a MOVIE out of this story. It gets more strange every day.
     

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