Anna Nicole Smith was so heavily affected by her alleged drug habit, she was convinced her pregnancy was a case of bad wind.
In a shocking tape submitted to Los Angeles Superior Court on recently, Smith tells lawyer and former lover Howard K. Stern, who shot the footage in 2006, she isn’t expecting a baby — despite displaying a prominent bump.
Smith gave birth to daughter Dannielynn in September, 2006, just months before she died of an accidental drug overdose in 2007.
The video was shown as evidence against Stern, and medics Dr Sandeep Kapoor and Dr Khristine Eroshevich, who are all accused of illegally supplying the late model/actress with strong prescription drugs in the run up to her death.
The case is set to go to trial after Judge Robert J. Perry ruled there is enough evidence against the three defendants to try them before a jury. The defendants will return to court on December 11.