This is a beta version of NNDB. As a young girl, she idolized Marilyn Monroe. At 17, she met and married a fry cook, Billy Smith. They had a son, and soon after were divorced. The erstwhile Mrs. Smith began stripping at Rick's Cabaret, a tavern in Houston, where she performed as "Miss Nikki" and "Robin" before settling on "Anna Nicole" because it sounded classier. Smith later had breast augmentation surgery, and Marshall may have paid for it. At 26, Smith and Marshall were married, but Marshall died just 14 months later, and his son, E.
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How does a woman turn from a mortal to an icon overnight? Think of Pamela Anderson, in a tight Labatt Blue shirt, at a football game with her friends, and finding herself featured on the stadium jumbotron long enough for the crowd — and later the world — to fall in love with her. For the Hollywood origin stories we know to be satisfying, the heroine in question must have no idea she is worthy of such attention until she is suddenly rescued from obscurity. And when the public finds out a goddess is in fact a striving mortal, this revelation will push her into a very different kind of myth: one whose satisfying conclusion comes not when a woman is exalted, but when she is destroyed. From , when she made her first appearance in Playboy , to her death on Feb.
The permanent injunction settles the lawsuit filed last year by Howard K. Gerald Johnson and his wife from distributing the tapes of the former Playboy Playmate. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff issued preliminary injunctions against the Johnsons more than a year ago before issuing his final decision. Stern maintained that Smith never consented to the taping or to allowing the footage to be seen by Thomas Riccio, a Los Angeles-based memorabilia dealer, who received tapes from the Johnsons, according to court records. She was She said the other terms of the settlement are confidential.
The order settles a lawsuit filed last year by Howard K. Stern, the executor of Smith's estate, who was trying to stop Dr. Gerald Johnson and his wife from distributing the tapes of the former Playboy Playmate. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff issued preliminary injunctions against the Johnsons more than a year ago before issuing his final decision. Stern maintained that Smith never consented to the taping or to allowing the footage to be seen by Los Angeles memorabilia dealer Thomas Riccio, who got tapes from the Johnsons, according to court records. Johnson has said he routinely records surgeries with the patient's permission and promises to keep the video confidential "during the patient's lifetime. He said he gave Riccio permission to use the video after Smith died of a drug overdose in February in Florida.