Anna Nicole Smith's Doctor Begs Judge to Drop Charges Against Him

Anna Nicole Smith

Dr. Sandeep Kapoor files papers asking judge to drop several charges against him in a California court, insisting he used a pseudonym for the model's prescriptions to protect her privacy.

One of the doctors accused of illegally supplying Anna Nicole Smith with prescription pills has filed papers asking a judge to drop some of the charges against him. Dr. Sandeep Kapoor is alleged to have conspired with Dr. Khristine Eroshevich and Smith's former lawyer/boyfriend Howard K. Stern to provide the late model with drugs before her death from an accidental overdose in February 2007.

All three have pleaded not guilty to a total of 23 felony charges. Kapoor's legal team has now lodged a request to have several of the charges against him dropped, filing papers at a court in California. He claims he began prescribing pills to Smith before he met Eroshevich and later refused to sign off a prescription list which Eroshevich handed to him, according to

He is also challenging the allegation that he obtained drugs for the star by "fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation," insisting he used a pseudonym for Smith's prescriptions in a bid to protect her privacy. If a judge grants the request, Kapoor will still face four other charges.


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