Thursday, March 01, 2007


"Pneumonia — not a drug overdose — killed Anna Nicole Smith, the National Enquirer has learned exclusively.In the new issue just hitting newsstands, The ENQUIRER reports that preliminary findings reveal that tests performed during the autopsy show Anna Nicole had a severe case of pneumonia. Prescription drugs that she had taken made the condition worse and did play a role in her death. The full toxicology report has not yet been completed. Sources very close to the death investigation told The ENQUIRER that the prescription drugs masked the seriousness of her pneumonia. Anna Nicole had previously been hospitalized for pneumonia in the Bahamas after her son died. This time, the painkillers Anna Nicole was taking masked her symptoms and quickened the deadly effects of the pneumonia." (SOURCE NATIONAL ENQUIRER)

"Howard K. Stern injected Anna Nicole Smith with drugs — and kept her supplied with middle-of-the-night pill runs, charges her personal assistant in a world-exclusive ENQUIRER interview. The out-of-control star took 20 to 30 powerful pills at a time — using a variety of fake names and physicians to make sure she would never run low, reveals Nathan Collins — who witnessed the blonde beauty's descent into hell. What's more, her constant companion Stern issued strict orders not to call 911 if Anna overdosed, Nathan told The ENQUIRER. A year before she died, Anna and Stern got into a heated argument after the model had her doctor double the strength of her anti-depressant medication Lexapro — and Stern argued that the dose could be fatal. "But Stern backed off because he was nothing but an enabler to Anna," Collins declared. Nathan's full interview is in the new issue of The ENQUIRER." (SOURCE NATIONAL ENQUIRER)


"As various parties continue to fight over the remains of Anna Nicole Smith and custody of her baby, John Travolta has stepped into the fray. The Pulp Fiction star has decided to use her death as a chance to promote Narconon – the controversial Church of Scientology drug rehab programme – saying it could have saved the Playmate's life. A toxicology report from the 39- year-old's autopsy has not been completed yet, but methadone and other drugs were discovered in the Florida hotel room where she died earlier this month. Travolta said: 'It's so sad. We could have helped her with Narconon but didn't get a chance to. I wish we had.' (SOURCE METRO.CO.UK)

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