Anna Nicole's Drunken Last Days

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Anna Nicole\'s Drunken Last Days

Anna Nicole Smith's final days were anything but peaceful. Smith last days were filled with booze and a hotel room so stocked with meds that it resembled a "pharmacist's shop," according to reports.

While an autopsy performed yesterday could not immediately determine what killed Smith, witnesses who saw the troubled star in the days before her death say she was partying and falling-down drunk.

A bouncer at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, where Smith later died, said the centerfold was drinking into the early morning on Tuesday.

"I saw two guys walking her out. She was pretty much all trashed. She was messed up. She couldn't walk on her own. ... Her bouncer was on one side and her lawyer friend on the other," the bouncer said.

Just hours before she died, Smith was back at the Hard Rock's 24-hour Center Bar in the middle of the casino floor. A bartender named Mike told the Daily News that Smith was tossing back double shots.

"Her eyes were droopy. It looked like she was really, really drunk. She was slurring her speech. She looked plastered," he said.

Anna Nicole's personal pharmacy:

Among the prescription drugs reportedly found in Anna Nicole Smith's death room:

Methadone: A powerful opiate painkiller, it is in the same drug category as morphine and codeine — often used to help heroin addicts beat their habit. Causes severe drowsiness and can potentially interact with hundreds of other drugs.

Provigil: A secret favorite of pilots and hospital doctors working graveyard shifts, this central nervous system stimulant keeps users alert and awake. Side effects include anxiety, nervousness, depression, irregular heartbeat and dozens more.

Xanax: Prescribed for depression, anxiety disorders and panic attacks — and, occasionally, fear of open spaces — this brain-bending benzodiazepine drug is notoriously habit-forming.

Fentanyl lollipop: A powerful narcotic painkiller often given to cancer patients, especially children. A berry-flavored one sold under the name Actiq sells for about $25 a "pop" on the street.
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