She’s not dead here! Chill.
The controversy surrounding these Anna Nicole Smith photos which were released online yesterday is getting a little more … well … controversial. The Insider published a statement from someone who claims to be Howard K. Stern’s attorney which reads as follows:
“Shortly after I was retained by Howard Stern, I received firsthand information that MOE BRIGHTHAUPT (“Big Moe”) had contacted tabloids offering for sale one or more photographs of Anna Nicole Smith. Yesterday, photographs of Anna Nicole and Dannielynn were posted on various Internet websites. These photographs are the property of the Estate of Anna Nicole Smith and were stolen from her camera shortly after her death. Big Moe denies selling the photographs but admits that he is distributing them. His misappropriation of Estate property is unlawful and his stated motives for doing so are not credible.
“This is another egregious example of deceit and manipulation by individuals and certain members of the media to profit from Anna Nicole’s death. Even more disturbing is the fact that selective photographs have been distributed — intentionally selected to make Anna Nicole and others appear in a false light. Fortunately, the memory card stolen from the camera had been downloaded before it was stolen and the Estate is in possession of every photograph in the series. The other photographs clearly show that Anna Nicole, as she often did, was merely playing for the camera.”
However, IDontLikeYouInThatWay.com received a statement this morning in response to Howard’s K. Stern’s alleged attorney’s statement which reads as follows:
After reading the statement of attorney L. Lin Wood we find it necessary to respond to a series of erroneous comments. Big Moe has never stolen anything, including a memory card shortly after the untimely death of Anna Nicole Smith. Claims of profiting from Anna Nicole’s death are equally disturbing. Big Moe would never seek to profit from the disturbing photographs on various Internet websites.
In regard to L. Lin Wood’s comment regarding deceit and manipulation the pictures in question through focused eyes speak for themselves. If playing for the camera included Anna Nicole Smith vomiting, L. Lin Wood has taken spin to a new level.
Big Moe continues to mourn the death of his close friends, but continues to question why pictures on Anna Nicole Smith were ever taken in the first place.
I’ve been informed that this story will be all over Entertainment Tonight and The Insider, so it’ll be interesting to see how it plays out on television. I’ll be watching because Pat O’Brien is such a leathery stud. And ferrets are cute. Especially the dead one under Pat O’Brien’s nose.
Note: Anna Nicole wasn’t dead in these photos, but they’re still probably NSFW: