Anna Nicole Smith's attorney/confidante and a pair of her doctors pleaded not guilty in a Los Angeles courtroom Wednesday to explosive charges levied against in connection with the death of the former playmate and reality show star.
Howard K. Stern, Khristine Eroshevich and Sandeep Kapoor are accused of conspiring to furnish drugs to an addict, along with other counts in connection with Smith's fatal overdose at the Hard Rock Hotel in South Florida back in February of 2007.
California Attorney General Jerry Brown says the three allegedly gave her "opiates, benzodiazepines, and other controlled and non-controlled substances."
Brown also accused the doctors of falsifying prescriptions and Stern of "obtaining, delivering and administering these prescription drugs."
RadarOnline.com has been on the forefront covering this story. In March, RadarOnline.com posted exclusive bombshell photos of Eroshevich
All three turned themselves into custody this past March in connection with the charges. They remain free on bail.
At Wednesday's court hearing, the judge ordered all three defendants back in court on June 8 for a preliminary hearing. At that time, the judge will decide if there's enough evidence to order them to stand trial. (Photo: WENN)