gavel Court Dismissal For Howard Stern

According to the Associated Press,  Stern was dismissed early today of drug conspiracy convictions.

stern Court Dismissal For Howard Stern

Howard K. Stern, seen above, was dismissed today of drug conspiracy convictions of the late Anna Nicole Smith, “The Associated Press” reported.

Superior Court Judge Robert Perry found that Stern never “had the intent to defraud” when he used his name and others to obtain prescriptions for Smith.

Perry also dismissed Smith’s psychiatrist, Khristine Eroshevich of most of the charges and reduced one conviction—obtaining Vicodin prescription under a false name—to a misdemeanor. Eroshevich, a long-time friend of Smith, was sentenced to one year of probation and a $100 fine.

The dismissal marks the end of a long-running drama revolving around Smith’s troubled life. The blonde beauty, who documented her life on a reality show and made headlines for a battle for the estate of her oil tycoon husband, fell into an emotional decline after the sudden death of her son in 2006. She died the following year after suffering a drug overdose.

“This case never should have been brought,” Stern said outside the courtroom after the verdict.

“It has been four years of my life.”

Stern, Smith’s husband, added he hoped he could now grieve and move on with his life

  1. michellefrommadison says:

    Nancy Grace is proven wrong about her accusations about the guilt of Howard Stern in yet another matter. At least Nancy is consistent, she’s been proven to be wrong on every issue thus far. People that actually know the Law obviously continue to disagree with Nancy Grace and some have even commented that Nancy has never been correct even one time in her analysis of any case she talks about. More lawsuits against Nancy Grace are expected. Judge drops conspiracy charges against Howard Stern

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