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Pharmacist Refused To Fill Anna Nicole's Prescriptions!

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As part of the hearing to determine whether Howard K. Stern, psychiatrist Khristine Eroshevich and Dr. Sandeep Kapoor should face felony charges in the death of Anna Nicole Smith, a California pharmacist Ira Freemen testified that he flat out refused to fill a prescription for Smith.

A mere four days after her son died in September 2006, Eroshevich prescribed Anna high doses of painkillers, muscle relaxants and sedatives, which he viewed as "pharmaceutical suicide."

"If she got ahold of these medications, it could have fatal consequences," he testified.

And five months later, the pharmacist's predictions came true. She died from an overdose!

The prescription called for eight times the recommended dosage of a hypnotic sedative called Dalmane, prompting a toxicologist to state, "she is way out of her league on this."

Earlier this week, another psychiatrist testified that Anna continued to abuse prescription drugs when pregnant with her daughter, despite her efforts to quit.

So sad.

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16 comments to “Pharmacist Refused To Fill Anna Nicole's Prescriptions!”



  1. 1

    Memba when ur site got hundreds of comments?
    BAA Ha
    UR dying mario. And ur retarded sissy ain't helpin' the sitiation fuck stick.



  2. 2

    …one pharmacist out of seventeen showed integrity and professionalism.



  3. 3

    Re: Buck-Wheat – …Perez needs another good sock in the kisser to beef up the site. It worked wonders last time.



  4. 4

    its all about the money so was she…karma's a bitch.



  5. 5

    When I started taking Klonopin in 1999 it was 1mg. three times daily….Ten years later I take 2 mg q.i.d. ….4 times a day. who the hell is this pharmacist/Rph to tell the doc what to do. He/She has no idea about her background….between her and the Dr. If the prescription was made properly he/she could call the dr. to confirm. Douche.



  6. 6

    Re: karencarpenter – yeah, so he can ask for medical help on the web and his eyeball can fall out again



  7. 7

    I really feel bad for her since she "died" so dramaticly. Everyone used her like a cheap tampon and her daughter is surrounded by assholes associates of hers. Her baby-father is one of the biggest famewhores that needs a photog to document his "life" w/ the little girl. This IS sad. Even her own family Fuct her and now this where she is today. Think about it…



  8. 8

    Re: JigSaw – …hehe.



  9. 9

    Someone who actually tried to do some GOOD for someone?!?! Great to finally hear about someone doing something POSITIVE.



  10. 10

    Re: karencarpenter – all of you lifeless whores will still comment nonetheless. As long as uglies who are too physically appalling are allowed to publicly socialize using his comment pages as chat rooms, waiting for the page to refresh while you refill your cereal bowls, he'll have traffic.



  11. 11

    x-filephile, 2 mg q.i.d of Klonopin is fine. There would be no need to refuse or question that medication or that dose if you've been titrated up to that. Big deal. You clearly don't understand a pharmacist's role; if a doc prescribed you a dose of 20mg q.i.d., then yes a pharmacist has every right to call the doc and/or refuse to fill a script. If you want to go somewhere else and find a retard pharmacist who will that's fine. However, when shit hits the fan like this story, according to state laws pharmacists are just as liable. It's definitely NOT WORTH losing your pharmacist license, paying $1000s in fines, and possibly jail time because people like you think they have no right to question doctors. There are PLENTY of crack head docs out there, and pharmacists have every right to try to point them out.



  12. 12

    Re: ammmber – You're commenting too, Sweet Cheeks. Sounds like you fancy yourself to be quite the beauty and oh so clever too. Denial can be a wonderful thing. But hypocrisy never is.



  13. 13

    Re: ca123456 – Exactly.

  14. cika says – reply to this


    14

    u cant mix meds!!!! lethal shit



  15. 15

    It shows his integrity that he refused to fill the scripts. It's a pity that he didn't also report the attending Dr to the AMA.



  16. 16

    That pharmacist is a hero. The only decent person amongs dozens of vultures surrounding Anna Nicole. I'm sorry she could not save herself. Her 'friends' helped her along to an early grave.