Doctor Who Prescribed Drugs to Anna Nicole Smith Will Face No Jail Time

The doctor who prescribed drugs to the late Anna Nicole Smith will face no jail time for the actress’s death.

A judge shot down prosecutors’ recommendations to sentence Dr. Khristine Eroshevich to prison, instead fining her $100 and allowing her to walk free, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Felony Charges Dismissed Against Howard K. Stern

Howard K. Stern had a good day in court.

A Los Angeles judge dismissed two conspiracy felony charges against Stern, 42, on Thursday, ruling there was no evidence he intended fraud or deception when he got drugs for his former client and lover Anna Nicole Smith under fake names.

Anna Nicole Smith's Boyfriend Found Guilty in Drug Case

He was once Anna Nicole Smith’s lawyer, confidant, reality show costar and lover.

Now Howard K. Stern has another label: convicted felon.

A Los Angeles Superior Court jury on Thursday found Stern guilty of two counts of conspiracy for fueling the starlet’s raging prescription drug problem that ultimately killed her.

One of her doctors, Khristine Eroshevich, was also convicted of four charges; a second doctor, Sandeep Kapoor, was cleared of all counts.

INSIDE STORY: Jury Gets the Anna Nicole Smith Drug Case

Was Anna Nicole Smith a loopy drug addict led down the path to destruction by her boyfriend-lawyer and two doctors?

Or was she a clear-eyed celebrity who required a laundry list of prescription drugs to manage her chronic pain and broken heart?

After two months of testimony and a week of closing arguments, a Los Angeles jury on Tuesday will ponder those questions.

Judge Reduces Charges Against Anna Nicole Smith's Former Boyfriend

The judge in the Anna Nicole Smith drug conspiracy trial tossed out two felony charges against Smith’s former beau Howard K. Stern on Wednesday.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert J. Perry – who earlier this week accused prosecutors of overcharging the case because a celebrity death was involved – discarded two charges against Stern of obtaining drugs by fraud and deceit.

Judge May Dismiss Several Charges in Anna Nicole Smith Trial

Several felony charges against Howard K. Stern and Anna Nicole Smith’s two doctors may be dismissed before their drug conspiracy trial reaches a jury.

Since the trial began on Aug. 4., Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert Perry has expressed concerns about the prosecution’s case – namely that Stern and Smith’s personal physician Sandeep Kapoor, 41, and psychiatrist Khristine Eroshevich, 61, conspired to give an addict highly addictive drugs.

Nanny: Medicated Anna Nicole Smith Slept Two Days Straight

Anna Nicole Smith drank medication that put her into a slumber for two days as her frantic boyfriend Howard K. Stern cried and tried to shake her awake, the late model’s former nanny said in court Wednesday.

“He kept saying, ‘Anna, Anna, get up. Do you want me to go to jail? Do you want to die?’” nanny Quethelie Alexie recalled outside the jury’s presence.

Nanny Recalls Anna Nicole Smith's Tragic Last Weeks

As Anna Nicole Smith’s daughter Dannielynn turned 4 on Tuesday, her former nanny testified in a Los Angeles courtroom about the sad, final months leading up to Smith’s death.

Quethlie Alexie became the latest witness against three defendants, including Smith’s lawyer/confidante Howard K. Stern and psychiatrist Khristine Eroshevich, accused of plying the Playboy model with dangerous and addictive drugs.

Anna Nicole Smith's Boyfriend, Doctors Go to Trial in Drug Case

Anna Nicole Smith was doped up on drugs – with the help of two doctors and her lawyer boyfriend – until the model-actress died, a prosecutor told jurors in a Los Angeles courtroom Wednesday.

Smith’s boyfriend Howard K. Stern, personal physician Sandeep Kapoor, 41, and psychiatrist Khristine Eroshevich, 61, face several felony charges in the long-awaited trial that kicked off Wednesday.

Appeals Court Rejects Big Inheritance for Anna Nicole Smith's Estate

A federal appellate court panel ruled Friday that the estate of Anna Nicole Smith is not entitled to any of the millions of dollars left by Smith’s late oil magnate husband, J. Howard Marshall, when he died.

The decision comes as another blow to the main beneficiary of Smith’s estate: her 3 1/2-year-old daughter, Dannielynn Birkhead.