Anna Nicole Smith: The U.S. Supreme Court Decides To Get Involved
The Anna Nicole Smith litigation, which seemingly has gone on as long as her career did, is not over yet.
The U.S. Supreme Court, of all people, has decided to wade into the case and rule on whether a Houston jury made the right decision when it kept Smith from getting her hands on J. Howard Marshall's money.
The sometimes sad, sometimes heroically comic tale of the Mexia funtime gal goes on.
We reported back in the day on the lesbian lover Anna Nicole left behind in her search for riches.
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We've done lots of updates since.
And now, because the Supreme Court feels it has nothing better to do, we'll get ready to do some more.
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