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Thu Feb 08, 2007 1:55 pm      Reply with quote
Has anyone else heard this? it is on the front page of MSNBC.com Here is the story

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17050167/

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I just saw that! OMG...how completely sad. I wonder what will happen with her baby, since that both her lawyer and Larry Birkhead claim to be the dad? I don't think she ever cooperated with the paternity test before she died...?

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I felt sorry for her after she lost her son. I wonder if being named in the TrimSpa lawsuit sent her over the edge as she was still dealing with her son's death and being threatened with eviction from the Bahamas house she was living in. Crying or Very sad

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Thu Feb 08, 2007 2:08 pm      Reply with quote
I just heard about this just right now on tv. This is so sad... her son passed away not too long ago, now she has gone too.. It must was hard on her.. She was a beautiful woman. Crying or Very sad
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I felt sorry for her after she lost her son. I wonder if being named in the TrimSpa lawsuit sent her over the edge as she was still dealing with her son's death and being threatened with eviction from the Bahamas house she was living in. Crying or Very sad


I wondered the same thing, Racecargirl. So much coming at her all at once, she probably just couldn't take it anymore...

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Thu Feb 08, 2007 2:14 pm      Reply with quote
MaryH, I don't know how she lasted so long with all of the trauma she was dealing with.

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Thu Feb 08, 2007 2:21 pm      Reply with quote
Shocking and sad.
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Thu Feb 08, 2007 2:23 pm      Reply with quote
This is very sad. Sad
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MaryH, I don't know how she lasted so long with all of the trauma she was dealing with.


I, too, don't know how she held out this long. I mean, it was everything...lawsuits, deaths, paternity issues, eviction...just about everything that could go wrong for her did. So horribly sad. Crying or Very sad I just hope she's at peace, and that something is worked out for her baby so she can be raised in a loving and stable home...

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Thu Feb 08, 2007 2:38 pm      Reply with quote
I just heard this on the news about 30 minutes ago. Shock It's just so sad. And leaving a baby, too. Sad
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makes you sit back & remember what is really important in life.

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Hopefully the courts will decide the correct father of the baby and the baby will go to a loving home and that the estate will be able to take care of her (baby).

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Thu Feb 08, 2007 2:49 pm      Reply with quote
The worst part is she was a total trainwreck and no one tried to get her any help! Her poor daughter...what a legacy to endure.

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The worst part is she was a total trainwreck and no one tried to get her any help! Her poor daughter...what a legacy to endure.


My thoughts exactly. I always felt that Howard K. Stern if anything encouraged her obvious drug problems...I don't know why but I find him highly suspect.
I know it is terrible to judge when you don't know the facts, but even before all of this (Anna and her sons death) I thought he was a complete worm.

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Thu Feb 08, 2007 3:25 pm      Reply with quote
I agree. Howard only had one "client" and that was Anna. If he was truly an active laywer, wouldn't he have had more clients and an office?

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Thu Feb 08, 2007 3:34 pm      Reply with quote
So very sad.

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Thu Feb 08, 2007 3:35 pm      Reply with quote
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I agree. Howard only had one "client" and that was Anna. If he was truly an active laywer, wouldn't he have had more clients and an office?


Maybe he thought if he kept her drugged up, he could get more of her settlement (whenever it was settled).....perhaps thats why all the weirdness over the paternity test. He would have been entitled to more $$ if the baby was "his" and they were married.

I hate to assume anything about ANYONE but, if you really love someone you dont let them destroy themselves on any level.

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Racecargirl wrote:
I agree. Howard only had one "client" and that was Anna. If he was truly an active laywer, wouldn't he have had more clients and an office?


Maybe he thought if he kept her drugged up, he could get more of her settlement (whenever it was settled).....perhaps thats why all the weirdness over the paternity test. He would have been entitled to more $$ if the baby was "his" and they were married.

I hate to assume anything about ANYONE but, if you really love someone you dont let them destroy themselves on any level.


I agree 100%. If there is any destructive behavior, then he should have stepped in as a loving (boyfriend) husband he's suppose to be.

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Thu Feb 08, 2007 3:43 pm      Reply with quote
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vonstella wrote:
Racecargirl wrote:
I agree. Howard only had one "client" and that was Anna. If he was truly an active laywer, wouldn't he have had more clients and an office?


Maybe he thought if he kept her drugged up, he could get more of her settlement (whenever it was settled).....perhaps thats why all the weirdness over the paternity test. He would have been entitled to more $$ if the baby was "his" and they were married.

I hate to assume anything about ANYONE but, if you really love someone you dont let them destroy themselves on any level.


I agree 100%. If there is any destructive behavior, then he should have stepped in as a loving (boyfriend) husband he's suppose to be.


Agree with all of you. Turning a blind eye to destructive behaviour is not what a loving partner does. Sad
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Thu Feb 08, 2007 3:56 pm      Reply with quote
OMG, that is so sad, and scarey.
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Thu Feb 08, 2007 3:57 pm      Reply with quote
tam wrote:
Racecargirl wrote:
vonstella wrote:
Racecargirl wrote:
I agree. Howard only had one "client" and that was Anna. If he was truly an active laywer, wouldn't he have had more clients and an office?


Maybe he thought if he kept her drugged up, he could get more of her settlement (whenever it was settled).....perhaps thats why all the weirdness over the paternity test. He would have been entitled to more $$ if the baby was "his" and they were married.

I hate to assume anything about ANYONE but, if you really love someone you dont let them destroy themselves on any level.


I agree 100%. If there is any destructive behavior, then he should have stepped in as a loving (boyfriend) husband he's suppose to be.


Agree with all of you. Turning a blind eye to destructive behaviour is not what a loving partner does. Sad


Thinking about that just makes me angry! Mad Mad Mad How can you just stand there and watch the person you truly love suffer, and not do anything? Crying or Very sad It would break my heart to see anyone I care for hurt. Crying or Very sad
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Thu Feb 08, 2007 4:00 pm      Reply with quote
My friend sent me the link to Yahoo news, and I thought it was going to be a joke. That's pretty amazing, but I am not surprised considering how unhealthy she had lived her life. I once dated a guy who was her personal trainer and close friend, and I heard from him how she really lost her weight. I thought at the time that it could not have been good, and she might die young.
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Thu Feb 08, 2007 4:01 pm      Reply with quote
ESPECIALLY when children are involved -- that's just cruel. Sad
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Thu Feb 08, 2007 4:34 pm      Reply with quote
May she leave her tormented life and rest in peace. It is very sad indeed Crying or Very sad

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Thu Feb 08, 2007 4:36 pm      Reply with quote
I just heard of this...I was shocked to say the least.
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