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Years after Smith's death in 2007, the estate of the former playboy model turned reality star lost the final bid to get about $44 million from her billionaire husband's estate.
The TV movie will depict the late model's rise to fame, her wild-night lifestyle and conflict as a mom as well as her tragic death.
A judge rules that Smith's daughter Dannielynn is entitled to sanctions as much as $49 million from her mother's lawsuit against the estate of her late husband's family.
Agnes Bruckner, who portrays the late model, is pictured kissing Martin Landau who plays Smith's millionaire husband J. Howard Marshall.
Dannielynn appears in a spring 2013 campaign for Guess Kids, 20 years after her late mother was chosen as the spokesmodel for the top brand.
The 2nd District Court of Appeal overturns a previous decision that threw out conspiracy convictions against Howard K. Stern who provided prescription drugs to the late model.
Agnes Bruckner is tapped to portray the late Playboy model in TV movie 'The Anna Nicole Smith Story'.
A Lifetime TV movie project describes each individual in the late actress' life including her son, her lawyer, her billionaire husband and mother.
The late star's former boyfriend reveals the estate bosses are planning to launch legal action against the producers.
Judge declared there was no enough evidence to suggest Howard K. Stern intend to break the law and set aside a conviction.
The two people who allegedly contributed to the death of Anna Nicole Smith also got felony probation from the court.
Howard K. Stern said through his lawyers that it is common for doctors to prescribe pills under false names in order to protect privacy.
Dr. Sandeep Kapoor was acquitted on all counts, Khristine Eroshevich is guilty of four counts of obtaining medication through fraud, and Howard K. Stern is convicted of two conspiracy counts.
Smith's psychiatrist Dr. Khristine Eroshevich was found guilty of unlawfully prescribing while the late star's boyfriend Howard K. Stern was convicted of giving false names and acting by fraud.
Howard K. Stern and doctors Sandeep Kapoor and Khristine Eroshevich are freed of the accusation that they overdosed the late actress with drugs.