Anna Nicole Smith's Bahamian residency has been brought into question by island officials after her ex-boyfriend insisted the grieving mom get out of his house by the end of the month.
Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham has called on the Bahamian government to investigate whether the actress/model has legal residency in his country.
The news comes just four days after South Carolina-based property developer Gaither Ben Thompson revealed he is still waiting for Smith to sign a mortgage agreement and pay him back for the house he bought for her as a favor in August.
Thompson's legal team has alerted Smith she will be evicted from the home on Halloween if she doesn't comply with the property tycoon's demands.
Thompson's lawyer, Tracy Ferguson, claims the $1 million property that helped her establish legal residency in the Bahamas, under the premise she owned a home there, is not really hers--and that has spiked Ingraham's interest.
If Smith's residency comes into question, the blonde could face deportation and complications surrounding the legal birth of her daughter last month and the recent burial of her son Daniel in Nassau.
The law in the Bahamas states that a person owning a house there valued at more than $500,000 and having the means to reside without being employed--and being of good character--can be eligible for residency.
To add insult to injury, Ingraham now insists, "Anna Nicole Smith is not a fit and proper person to become a permanent resident of the Bahamas."
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