The judge denied the charges against a friend and doctor of the former Playboy model Anna-Nicole Smith.
Judge Robert Perry, who dealt with the death of the American model Anne-Nicole Smith, rejected the drug fraud charges brought against a friend and doctor of the former Playboy model Anna-Nicole Smith, who died in February 2007 from an overdose of medical drugs.
In addition, the court partially acquitted the psychotherapist Kristin Eroshevich, finding her guilty of only one episode about a fake prescription for Vikodin, sentencing him to a fine of $ 100 and a year of probation.
Recall, 39-year-old model Anna-Nicole Smith died on February 8, 2007 in a hotel room in Florida. The investigation established that from June 2004 to January 2007, Smith, who did not suffer from any diseases, took pills of the strongest effect.