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Posted at 11:30 AM ET, 01/19/2011

Hey, isn't that...?: Howard K. Stern and Larry Birkhead

By The Reliable Source

Stern, left, and Birkhead, right, with Smith's mother Virgie Arthur, at a 2007 court appearance in Florida. (Hans Deryk/Reuters)

Howard K. Stern and Larry Birkhead -- yes, the two former swains of the late Anna Nicole Smith -- dining together at downtown power-dining spot Tosca Tuesday night with four women. A subdued gathering: Earlier in the day, the Supreme Court heard arguments from Smith's heirs in their long-running battle to claim some of the fortune of Howard Marshall, the late elderly oil tycoon she married in 1994. Birkhead, the father of her young daughter Dannielynn, wore a charcoal gray sweater over an oxford, stylishly mussed hair. Stern, her executor (who briefly challenged Birkhead for paternity) wore a suit.

By The Reliable Source  | January 19, 2011; 11:30 AM ET
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Comments

Their ongoing machinations to make a payday out of the Marshall fortune is disgusting. Let's not forget that Mr. Marshall specifically excluded Smith from his will. When his son inherited the estate, Smith sued and when she didn't get the results she wanted, she (and later, Stern) forum shopped all over the country. It's a terrible miscarriage of justice and a terrible waste of the court's time. I only hope that the Supreme Court is consistent in its intent to limit bankruptcy jurisdiction. Excellent article about the case and its potential ramifications here: http://www.scotusblog.com/2011/01/argument-recap-substance-and-no-headlines/.

Posted by: SallyVCrockett | January 24, 2011 2:48 PM | Report abuse

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