Judge Larry Seidlin, who oversaw the custody trial for Anna Nicole Smith’s body following her death, has written a new book about the tragic star’s death.
He spoke exclusively to RadarOnline.com about her enabling entourage, his feeling about her will, and his call for justice.
Although he said he would never talk about the case outside of the courtroom, Seidlin decided to write the book, The Killing of Anna Nicole Smith, because he felt “justice required” him to open up, especially about Anna’s destructive inner circle including lawyer and partner Howard K. Stern.
Seidlin takes aim at Anna’s will from 2001, which has a provision that none of her assets be left to future-born children, which included her beloved daughter Dannielynn Hope who was born after the will was drafted.
With her son Daniel, the sole heir to her estate, already deceased, Anna’s fortune was then up for grabs. The will named Stern executor of the estate. “Pieces of it...I thought it smelled,” Seidlin said.
“A killing took place, maybe it was foul play killing,” he added in his interview with RadarOnline.com at the Paramount Hotel in New York. “Everything I state in this book, I can support. I have a basket of documents.
“Her entourage knew that she had a problem with prescription drugs. The primary enabler as stated by they attorney general Jerry Brown is Howard Stern,” Seidlin said.
“The California Attorney General and the prosecutors were basically repulsed by his testimony saying he’s bringing all these duffel bags of drugs into her hotel room, into her hospital room.”
A California court is still determining whether Anna was illegally given drugs.
Seidlin also hopes Anna and Daniel will get what he deems is a proper resting place.
“I am recommending their bodies be exhumed and be brought to American soil,” he said.
Seidlin claims that the mother and son are buried “on top of one another” in the Bahamas.
Off camera, Seidlin explained his recommendation saying he simply wants their bodies brought back to Texas where her family is from.