The 11 prescription medications found in tragic model Anna Nicole Smith‘s Florida hotel room the day of her death were prescribed by one doctor.
Documents released by Broward County’s medical examiner Dr. Joshua Perper said psychiatrist Dr. Khristine Eroshevich had authorized all the drugs found in Smith‘s suite at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida, following her death on Feb. 8.
Over 600 pills, including 450 muscle relaxants, were missing from prescriptions written in the previous five weeks leading up to the 39-year-old’s accidental drug overdose.
Dr. Perper said two other doctors had prescribed medication for the former Playboy Playmate, but they were not in her hotel suite.
Records show 62 Valium tablets were missing from a two-week-old prescription and two-thirds of a bottle of sleeping medication chloral hydrate, prescribed on Jan. 2, had gone.
Most of the drugs in Smith‘s room were prescribed under the name of her longtime companion, lawyer Howard K. Stern.
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