O.D. of Anna Nicole

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According to Broward County Medical Examiner Joshua Perper, Anna Nicole Smith’s death was a result of an “accidental overdose” and that foul play is not being considered.

“Nine prescription drugs including anti-depressants, anti-anxiety drugs and the sedative chloral hydrate were found in Anna Nicole’s blood…On the day of her arrival in Florida on February 5, she complained of chills and was later found to be running a fever at 105 degrees Fahrenheit (40.5 Celsius) caused by the perforation in an abscess in her left buttock, he said. “It is our determination that the cause of death is combined drug toxicity as a result of chloral hydrate and a therapeutic concentration of other medications,” said Perper. “A bacterial infection, a viral intestinal infection and possibly flu were contributory causes of death …. We did not find any evidence of homicide…”

Among the list of drugs Anna Nicole Smith took in the days leading up to her death was a growth hormone, making it the third weight loss product Smith had taken during her reign as TRIMSPA spokesperson. In addition, the Broward County Medical Examiner also released a description of the contents of Anna’s hotel room at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino, in which Seminole detectives found Slim-Fast on her night table.

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March 26, 2007. Anna Nicole Smith, Drugs.

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