Friday, February 23, 2007

Stay Order for Anna Nicole Smith

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Filed, but not acted upon. Stay order entered in Florida on behalf of Anna Nicole Smith's mother, Vergie Arthur today. The judge who would be tendering the stay order is Judge Larry Seidlin, who could not be found on the premises, according to reports.


Anna's Mom Wants the Body: Round Two
Posted Feb 23rd 2007 4:14PM by TMZ Staff
Filed under: Anna Nicole Smith

Virgie Arthur, the mother of Anna Nicole Smith, has filed court papers asking a judge to issue an emergency order stopping the release of her body to the court-appointed guardian of Dannielynn.

Anna Nicole Document a Fake
Posted Feb 23rd 2007 2:35PM by TMZ Staff
Filed under: Celebrity Justice, Anna Nicole Smith

TMZ has learned that a document circulated to reporters in Miami that purports to be an order coming from the Los Angeles County Superior Court -- is a fake.

Was Anna Nicole About to Change Her Will?
Posted Feb 20th 2007 7:35PM by TMZ Staff
Filed under: Celebrity Justice, Anna Nicole Smith

TMZ has obtained the cover sheet to a fax, sent six days before Anna Nicole Smith died, and it raises questions about Anna Nicole's intent to change her will...

The cover sheet shows the fax was sent on 02/03/2007 at 02:18. The fax contained the existing will of Anna Nicole. It lists a phone number with the initials RAR -- we believe that to be Ron A. Rale, Howard Stern's lawyer. It is unknown to whom the fax was sent, but as far as TMZ knows, Rale's only connection to Smith was Howard K. Stern.

We know Stern was concerned for Smith's well-being. TMZ has obtained a statement from Smith's former nanny in which she alleged Smith tried to take her life twice after Daniel died. Under the will, Stern was not protected. Daniel was the only beneficiary with Stern as trustee. As a result, Smith's infant daughter would inherit her mom's property outside the will, and unless Stern could prove he was the father, he would probably lose his claim to serve as trustee...

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