Howard K. Stern, doctors charged with giving Anna Nicole Smith drugs
UPI News Service, 03/12/2009
California authorities have charged three people with providing controlled substances to Anna Nicole Smith before her 2007 death, officials said Thursday.
Officials with the California attorney general's office and the Los Angeles County district attorney's office said two doctors -- Khristine Eroshevich and Sandeep Kapoor -- have been charged along with Smith's lawyer, Howard K. Stern, the Los Angeles Times reported late Thursday.
California Attorney General Jerry Brown issued a statement saying Eroshevich, Kapoor and Stern are charged with "repeatedly and excessively" furnishing drugs -- "often for no legitimate medical purpose" -- to Smith, an actress and model best known as a Playboy Playmate.