Pharmacist Testifies in Anna Nicole Smith Case

A pharmacist testified Thursday that he told a doctor he wouldn't fill one of Anna Nicole Smith's drug prescriptions because he felt it could lead to "pharmaceutical suicide" for the late actress, says the Associated Press.

Ira Freeman told the court that five months prior to Smith's 2007 drug-related death, he received a fax from Dr. Sandeep Kapoor on behalf of Smith's psychiatrist Dr. Khristina Eroshevich requesting six drugs, which included opiates and methadone, a painkiller.

"I called Dr. Kapoor," Freeman said. "I said, 'This is crazy. This is pharmaceutical suicide. The dosages are way out of whack.' I said I wouldn't fill it and no pharmacy in California would."

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