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The following facts are drawn from the deposition transcripts, affidavits, declarations, and exhibits: Smith was a model and actress who attained notoriety in 1994 when, at the age of 26, she married an 89-year-old billionaire named J. From then until her untimely death in 2007, she was frequently the subject of tabloids, celebrity gossip magazines, and entertainment shows. After a lengthy and contentious paternity dispute with Larry Birkhead, Smith's former boyfriend, Stern learned that Birkhead was actually Dannielynn's father. Stern facilitated her untimely demise by ensuring she had all the drugs she needed to die from." (Id. After Daniel Smith's death, Cosby began to devote much of her time to reporting on the events surrounding Smith—the Bahamian coroner's investigation into the cause of Daniel's death, Smith's commitment ceremony to Stern, Smith's own death, the paternity dispute between Stern and Birkhead, and the various court proceedings. In the spring of 2007, Cosby began to consider leaving MSNBC to write a book. Lincoln St and West Main St, across from Starbucks.
Stern, the former lawyer for and companion of the late Anna Nicole Smith, sues defendants Rita Cosby and Hachette Book Group USA, Inc. Stern was present when Smith gave birth to Dannielynn in the Bahamas, and at the time he believed he was her father. Stern was also present in Florida when Smith died, and he was subsequently made the executor of her estate. And worse than enabling, people like lawyer turned companion Howard K. On March 12, 2009, the Los Angeles District Attorney filed a felony complaint against Stern and two of Smith's doctors. After Daniel and Smith died, Stern was subjected to an onslaught of media criticism, including the following representative examples: ▄ On April 1, 2007, Geraldo Rivera said the following on his show: "Like the entourage of sycophants and enablers who surrounded Elvis Presley, most of the people living off Anna Nicole did nothing to save her from herself. The next day Hachette offered Cosby an advance of 5,000 plus royalties for the Book. The agreement required Cosby to deliver the final manuscript to Hachette by June 12, 2007.