EVEN DEAD ANNA CAN’T STOP TALKING
April 30, 2007, 2:38 pm
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A book being shopped to publishers this week finds Anna Nicole Smith — via a series of never-printed interviews she gave journalist Joyce Wagner back in 1996, at which point she was fresh out of rehab and bankrupt by an ex-nanny’s harassment suit — chronicling a childhood of parental and sexual abuse, as well as her intimate encounters with husband J. Howard Marshall.

In a snippet played for the New York Daily NewsRush & Molloy, Anna recalls how when she returned from running away from home at age 12, mom Virgie Arthur “started beating the s— out of me… kicking me with her boot,” and in another instance “hit me with her [deputy sheriff’s] nightstick.” Anna also recounts sexual abuse, though Wagner isn’t previewing any details on that.

As for her and J. Howard’s sexcapades, Anna says, “He could not exactly satisfy me, which is to be expected, but he was very satisfied himself.” (Well, duh.) “He satisfied me in other ways. He cared about me… never looked down at me.”

Call me a sap but I love me a good love story. As twisted as this one may be.

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This isn’t the first I’ve heard her talk about sexual abuse, Virgie has been married 5 times, 3 times before Anna ran away to an aunt’s in Mexia. I wonder if it was one of her step-dads. That would explain ALOT.

Comment by Barks

I find this whole story so tragic!! I kinda wish that people would just leave her be now. Do these interview really need to be published?
I do think that she really did love Howard, sure the money probably lured her in a little, but when she talked about him you can see a little something there for sure.

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