According to the Associated Press, Anna Nicole Smith was once considered a possible murderous vixen who may have been responsible for the death of her rich husband’s son.
“Smith’s FBI records, obtained exclusively by The Associated Press, say the agency investigated Smith in 2000 and 2001 in a murder-for-hire plot targeting E. Pierce Marshall, who was at the center of a long legal fight to keep the starlet, model and stripper from collecting his father’s oil wealth, valued in the hundreds of millions. The younger Marshall died three years ago of natural causes.”
And with that, two new Law and Order episodes have been cleverly scripted on Anna May Smithson whose life was plagued by death by natural causes. Oh, and drugs. Lucky for Anna Nicole, prosecutors concluded there wasn’t enough evidence to charge her, but not before detaining and investigating her Dr. Suess hat.
“The FBI files show a .357 Smith and Wesson revolver was confiscated from Smith’s home, along with a 3 1/2-inch stainless-steel knife and, for reasons that were not explained, a black and orange hat described as ‘Dr. Seuss.’ All three objects were returned to her about seven months later.”
When asked the reason for the confiscation of Anna Nicole’s Dr. Suess hat, an unidentified FBI agent shrugged and said, “It made me feel fancy.”
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