Howard K. Stern's Conviction Gets Tossed in Anna Nicole case
Case closed! After months of the ongoing trial, Howard K. Stern is now completely vindicated. Yesterday afternoon the court reversed two conspiracy convictions when his name was used on prescriptions for Anna Nicole Smith who died from a drug overdose nearly four years ago.
The former friend, confident and lawyer of Anna Nicole told The Associate Press, "I loved Anna and I cared for her so much. I have no regrets." Then, he caught himself and added that he does indeed have regrets based on "what people caused afterward." And by that he meant the legal headaches which emerged after Anna Nicole died.
As for the biggest headache of them all? Prescription drug abuse charges filed in L.A. Howard call the months of trial "a nightmare." Well, rest assured he'll have sweet dreams tonight!