Anna Nicole Smith’s suicidal attempts and her after-death troubles

Do you know that beautiful Anna tried twice to suicide??

Sexy Anna Nicole Smith (real name Vickie Marshall) was one of the most famous former playmates. It seems that the birth of her son Danielynn had a destructive effect to her. After his birth Smith tried at least twice to end her life. She first tried to kill herself by drinking a sleeping aid. But she escaped from death after a 48 hour coma. The next she did was to commit suicide with drowning herself in a swimming pool..

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After her first attempt she said ‘I wanted to die. I meant to kill myself.’

It is said that Smith has an obsession with her son.. her former nanny, Quethlie Alexis said : “She monitored my feeding of Dannielynn by making sure the baby monitor was kept on all the time. The child is badly underweight and not thriving, as a baby should.”

Alexis requested to put put a ten-day hold on Anna Nicole Smith‘s body on Feb 14 but the court withdrew his request meaning it may be released and buried, pending a corresponding ruling from a Florida court.

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#1 Faith on 02.17.07 at 9:25 am

According to the State Laws of Texas, Anna’s mother should at the very least be under investigation by CPS and Law Enforcement for her claimed criminal acts against Anna as a child. See definitions listed below for Child Abuse. Because her mother was a police officer, her awareness of the law makes this even worse, in my opinion. Further, those around Anna had to know something was going on, they to can be prosecuted for the failure to protect Anna from her mother.

We are all talking about HKS. Let’s talk about the criminal acts of her mother. These acts caused great emotional harm that had a deadly cause and effect to Anna. In a sense, her mother killed her, it just took 39 years to accomplish her goal.

http://www.dfps.state.tx.us/child_protection/about_child_protective_services/

FAMILY CODE

SUBTITLE E. PROTECTION OF THE CHILD

CHAPTER 261. INVESTIGATION OF REPORT OF CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT

SUBCHAPTER A. GENERAL PROVISIONS

§ 261.001. DEFINITIONS. In this chapter:
(1) “Abuse” includes the following acts or omissions
by a person:
(A) mental or emotional injury to a child that
results in an observable and material impairment in the child’s
growth, development, or psychological functioning;
(B) causing or permitting the child to be in a
situation in which the child sustains a mental or emotional injury
that results in an observable and material impairment in the
child’s growth, development, or psychological functioning;
(C) physical injury that results in substantial
harm to the child, or the genuine threat of substantial harm from
physical injury to the child, including an injury that is at
variance with the history or explanation given and excluding an
accident or reasonable discipline by a parent, guardian, or
managing or possessory conservator that does not expose the child
to a substantial risk of harm;
(D) failure to make a reasonable effort to
prevent an action by another person that results in physical injury
that results in substantial harm to the child;

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