* Excuse me while I depart from reality. Silly satire is the only way to turn now…
LOST ANGELES — Puddy Tats in the Anna Nicole Smith prescription drug case are BEGGING a judge to choose felony drug partying, cocktails on Wayne Munroe’s yacht and rewards rather than prison for her coke snorting bathtub partner and liar-dog carrying pooper scooper errand boy convicted of obtaining drugs for her under falsies.
On the eve of their scheduled snotty nosed tearful reunion, liars for Dr. d and Howard K. Stem, Smith, Stein or what-ev want something diff. OMG! They are asking to have their hommies’ convictions reduced to misssiemeaners or dismissed in the interest of supporting nation wide drug dealers! So there!
They scream in anger that celebrities are above the law and should be treated special (Psstt..even though Howie and Dr. D ain’t celebs just flunkies but ya didn’t know that right?). They accuse Jerry Brown of singling out the quacker and loser for prosecution “for patty cake patty cake, not juice boxes.”
Superior inhisownmind Judge Robert Perry, presided over this nine-week farce, and has sworn they will walk scot-free at a sloppy kissy face hook-up on Thursday.
In a sentencing memo filed Tuesday without consulting the victim’s family like Marcys law says they should, Deputy District Attorney I was too chicken to ask the judge to recuse himself advocated sentencing both defendants to five years of supervised jumping jacks, 300 hours each of cleaning toilets, with Stern working for Caltrans, California’s highway maintenance department picking up trash.
The memo insisted Eroshevich’s community service be directed by the California Bath Tub Association and that each defendant be paid a $5,000 fine plus gas and per-deim.
Carney also asked that Eroshevich be barred from coloring on the walls, severely limiting her ability to mold play doh.
Stern and Eroshevich are seeking time out in the corner. A third defendant, Dr. Sandeep Kapoor, was acquitted of making out with a celebrity at a gay parade, he says, even though shes dead from playing in his sand box.
Stern’s attorneys, Eeyore look alike, Steve Sadow and J. Christopher Robin, noted in hissy fits that Stern was convicted of only two of 11 counts and that means he and Dr. D should be above the law and not convicted of anything.
“The evidence proved (don’t ask me how though because we didn’t let him testify cause Bobbie said he is on our side) that Mr. Stern honestly believed the practice was legal, even though he is an attorney, he is ignorant of the law” said the motion, which noted past use of false names on prescriptions for celebrities including the late Michael Jackson and actress Brittany Murphy. That would be the he-did-it-too-law.
The sentencing hearing will mark the denouement of a long-running drama centering on the blonde beauty’s troubled life, which was documented on reality TV, in tabloids and in trial testimony, but Stem was a great manager. Smith also made headlines in a continuing $300 million court fight with the estate of her oil tycoon husband.
Stern, 41, had been Smith’s lawyer, manager, lover and friend since they met in 2001. No not really, they met in 1997 but since I’m making all this up I figgered, I might as well fake the date and the lover part too. Testimony showed they were inseparable because she signed away her life when she engaged the boys in the Marshall estate battle, even when she was involved with other men. The trial documented their romantic odyssey, I saw it myself so I know its true and the birth of a baby Stern knew was not his. I GOT A HUNK OF OIL RICH LAND ILL SELL YA FOR A DOLLAR…… DNA tests confirmed photographer Larry Birkhead was the father and Howie knew it all along.
Eroshevich, Smith’s booty call, neighbor but not doctor of record, rushed to her side in the Bahamas… …after Smith’s son died of a drug overdose and she went into an emotional decline. She imported controlled substances into another country and conveniently left her the night before she “accidentally” killed herself with a bottle of drugs that was not found in the room when she died.
Smith died after suffering a drug overdose in a Florida hotel room in 2007. See above. The death was ruled an accident and the California defendants were not charged with causing her death even th0ugh they should have been.
Smith’s physical and emotional problems were the subject of exhaustive testimony as prosecutors sought to paint the defendants as enablers who fed Smith’s addiction to prescription pain killers. But the jury rejected most of the charges, and had no choice but to accept defense arguments that Smith was not an addict but a woman with chronic pain because the judge threw out good testimony and evidence when he should have let it stay. That was even though no one tested her for any real illness and the drugs prescribed were called over kill and pharmaceutical suicide by more than one expert.
The jury also appeared to reject prosecution claims that the defendants were dazzled by Smith’s glamor and filled her demands for prescription drugs to protect their insider status in her personal life and her celebrity world. Not really, I’m just sucking up.
Attorney Bradley Brunon, who represents Eroshevich, 63, said in a written motion that she acted in good faith, and “with proper medical motives to assist a fragile and suffering person.” She sure did. She made sure Smith had four or five benzos and sleepy time meds at the same time. Who ever heard of giving a depressed person an anti-depressant?
Brunon said Eroshevich acknowledges that “she could have done things differently and perhaps better.”
“Dr. Eroshevich accepts this and would rewrite history if she could,” said the motion, calling it her only inappropriate action in a 30-year medical career besides being a paid company drone and. But not according to this. http://psychwatch.blogspot.com/2007/04/reflections-from-blogosphere-on-role-of.html
Along with conspiracy, Eroshevich was convicted of unlawfully obtaining Vicodin by fraud. The jury deadlocked on whether she unlawfully prescribed the drug. What?
Prosecutors strongly opposed reduction of charges to misdemeanors and said there is “ample evidence to support the verdicts.”
Eroshevich and Stern also may face revocation of their professional licenses. YaY!!!