Anna Nicole Smith
November 28, 1967 - February 8, 2007


Vickie Lynn Marshall, otherwise known by her stage name, Anna Nicole Smith, was a highly publicized individual, first making fame in 1993 as Playboy Magazine's Playmate of the Year. Her highly publicized marriage to oil business executive and billionaire J. Howard Marshall, who was 63 years her senior, resulted in tumultuous speculation that she married the octogenarian merely for his money, which she denied. Following his death, she began a lengthy and ongoing legal battle over a share of his estate. Smith's career and public image subsequently suffered as her weight gain and antics were reported in supermarket tabloids and in her reality television series, The Anna Nicole Show (2002-2004). 

Anna had an untimely death a year after mysterious death of her son, Daniel. Anna reportedly considered drug addition help shortly before her death. On the morning of February 7, 2007, Anna was found unresponsive in her room , Number 607, at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida. Her autopsy was performed by Broward County Medical Examiner and Forensic Pathologist, Dr. Joshua Perper. After a seven week investigation, Dr. Perper determined that Anna died of "combined drug intoxication" of which sleeping medication was the predominant component.  Anna is buried in Lakeview Memorial Gardens and Mausoleums in Nassau, Bahamas. (Some information courtesy of Wikipedia)

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