Probably inspired from the James Brown saga, the Anna Nicole Smith soap opera continues to get more and more sickening. Her body, wanted and used by many men, didn't seem too well even when she was alive, but prospects are much worse now after a much-delayed embalming and, now, burial. Medical examiner Joshua Perper said Smith's body was decomposing faster than expected and should be visible for viewing no later than today, the Miami Herald reported Wednesday. Anna Nicole Smith's estranged mother, Virgie Arthur, filed an emergency request Friday to block her burial in the Bahamas. Her body was previously awarded by Broward County Circuit Judge Larry Seidlin, aka "The Sobbing Judge," to 5-month-old Dannielynn, who is represented by a court-appointed professional guardian.The guardian, attorney Richard Milstein, said that Smith would be buried next to her son, who died in Bahamas last year. However, Milstein gave no time frame."The Broward County medical examiner is ordered to release those remains to Milstein in accordance with Milstein's direction," Judge Seidlin said. "Milstein is directed to consult with Virgie Arthur, Larry Birkhead and Howard K. Stern with respect to disposition of Anna Nicole Smith's remains. But he has final discretion."Seidlin's judicial assistant said the request to block the burial was under review, but the assistant did not know when a ruling would be made, says AP. Attorneys for Virgie Arthur, who instead want Smith buried in Texas, where Arthur lives, are seeking a reversal of Seidlin's decision from the Fourth District Court of Appeal, The Miami Herald reported. The appeals court in West Palm Beach closed at 5 p.m., and Glen Rubin, the Marshal for the court, said no appeal had been filed."We have not received anything," Rubin said to The Miami Herald. Judge Larry Seidlin, a former New York cab driver, was criticized for his apparent unprofessional demeanor during the trial. His wife, Belinda, told ABC that's how Seidlin is -- his emotional outbursts show how much the Smith case affected him. Others say he was just playing along with the Anna Nicole story. "He’s like Judge Judy’s wacky little brother," legal analyst Jefrey Toobin quipped on CNN . The New York Post yesterday called him a "Weepy Wacko," while the Daily News asked, "How Low Can This Judge Go?" and referred to him as "Blubbering Seidlin."Howard K. Stern's attorney, Krista Barth, expressed frustration Friday that Smith's mother waited until the end of the day to file her request. "We could have done this right away. Now it's just delay, delay, delay," she said. What is strange is that Virgie Arthur, Anna Nicole Smith's estranged mother, waited until her daughter's death to "care" for her. However, it doesn't seem a real care, more like an obsession, because it only appears to hamper efforts to finally put Anna to rest. Maybe Arthur feels quilty for not looking after her daughter, maybe before she started off on the wrong tracks which led to her early demise.
Anna Nicole Smith Won't Rest Yet !