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February 17, 2011

Anna Nicole Smith Opera Opens Today

Anna Nicole Smith Opera Final

Anna Nicole Smith’s memory has lived on through many ways, her daughter Dannielynn, her ongoing legal woes and now through an operatic high note or low depending how you look at it!

Smith ‘s life is the subject of a brand new opera set to open at London’s Royal Opera House today. Titled ‘Anna Nicole’, the soap opera mirroring Smith’s life stars Dutch soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek.

The libretto has been written by Richard Thomas, whose previous forays into American popular culture include writing Jerry Springer: The Opera.

Check out a sneak peak below!


October 07, 2009

Anna Nicole Smith Investigated by FBI in Plot to Kill Stepson

Anna Nicole Smith Investigated by FBI in Plot to Kill Stepson

It's being reported that before Anna Nicole Smith died she was under investigation by the FBI because they thought she was trying to have her tycoon husband's son killed!

Smith was battling E. Pierce Marshall for his late dad's fortune in 2000 and 2001. She did deny that she had anything to do with a plot to kill Marshall and the case was dropped after the FBI determined there was insufficient evidence to build a case against Smith. Smith then died in 2007 of a drug overdose and Marshall died in 2006.

The attorney for Anna's estate says he knows nothing of such a case. What do you think? Could Anna be guilty of a murder for hire plot?


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