A pharmacist refused a shocking drug-laden prescription for late reality TV star Anna Nicole Smith three years ago, calling the order “pharmaceutical suicide,” according to court documents cited in an article in Monday’s Los Angeles Times.
Those documents also contain stunning allegations that two of Smith’s doctors engaged in sexual activity with her.
The prescription in question, according to court documents, consisted of 300 tablets of methadone, two sedatives, a muscle relaxer, an anti-inflammatory drug and four bottles of painkillers. The pharmacist in Valley Village, California told investigators he thought, “They are going to kill her with this,” when the prescription was submitted via fax by her psychiatrist.
The request for the drugs came just five days after Smith’s 20-year-old son Daniel died at her bedside in the Bahamas.
Less than five months after the pharmacist refused to fill the order, on Feb. 8, 2007, the 39-year-old overdosed on prescription medication in a Florida hotel room.
Smith’s doctors, psychiatrist Khristine Eroshevich and internist Sandeep Kapoor, and her friend, attorney Howard K. Stern, have all pleaded not guilty to charges they conspired to illegally provide Smith with the drugs that led to her fatal overdose at 39 in a Florida hotel room in Feb. 2007.
And in yet another bombshell revelation, the court documents also allege that both Eroshevich and Kapoor engaged in sexual conduct with the heavily-medicated Smith.
Three photos on the hard drive of Smith’s laptop show the model and Eroshevich naked and embracing in a bathtub, according to an affidavit. The photos are dated two months before Smith’s death.
Another document cites video, previously aired on Inside Edition, showing Smith in a “nightclub setting” with a shirtless Kapoor who “was kissing and nuzzling” her.