The Death of Anna Nicole Smith
The model Anna Nicole Smith has become one of the most prominent and popular names in the fashion industry. Smith started her career as a stripper. Smith’s looks were similar to Jayne Mansfield’s, so she was awarded the Playboy Playmate of the year award in 1993. She became a sensation in the modeling industry and even had her cover photo published in the New York magazine. However, Smith sued the magazine for $5 million for publishing the cover photo under the title “White Trash Nation.” J. Howard Marshall was an oil tycoon who helped Smith with her finances.
Smith’s death remains under investigation by authorities, but the death is not considered a crime. According to the Daily Mail Howard K. Stern, Smith’s estranged husband, was in Smith’s room at the time of the incident. Charlie Tiger, the police chief, stated that Smith’s five month-old baby was not present when she died. The investigation continues, although it is not clear if Smith acted negligently.
According to reports, the actress died of an accidental overdose of prescription drugs on February 8, 2007. In the months leading up to her death, Smith had faced renewed media coverage due to her untimely death. Her death has sparked a public reckoning between Hollywood, society, and the media. Anna Nicole Smith was a former Playboy Playmate, a Guess model, and a reality TV star who grew in fame after marrying an oil tycoon. She was publicly humiliated and her life was forever changed by the media.
Anna Nicole Smith had a daughter after her husband’s death. Her father and her child were close friends, but she wanted to spend her last days together in the Bahamas with her son and baby. The couple divorced later and the mother had a son, Daniel. The mother became pregnant again after her husband’s death. She was in a hotel to prepare for Illegal Aliens when she became pregnant. Her pregnancy was still unmarried at the time. As the show was being filmed, Howard Pierce burst into her hotel room and shot Anna Nicole.
In the aftermath of Anna Nicole Smith’s death, the public has become polarized. People who are close to Smith will feel that the media will portray her death in a defamatory manner. Smith died from pneumonia, despite the fact that Smith is still being portrayed in the most outrageous ways by the media. Although this may be true, the truth is that Smith died from a viral infection. This is what the media focused upon when they were trying to find a celebrity.
Playboy featured the singer on its March 1992 cover. She wore an emerald-green dress and gold silk gloves. Many loved her May centerfold. It’s impossible to imagine a world without this stunningly beautiful actress. Luckily, her popularity is proving to be more than a passing phase, and the next year’s GUESS Anna Nicole Smith collection will hit the stores.