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Bombshell shook lawyer's life

Lawyer Richard Milstein, who has looked into Anna Nicole Smith's private life in the past week, says the public might be surprised to know she was generous and good-hearted.


srothaus@MiamiHerald.com

Milstein_3Richard Milstein, a respected arts patron, civic activist and family-law attorney, didn't know much until last week about bombastic sex symbol Anna Nicole Smith.

''I heard she was this generation's Marilyn Monroe,'' Milstein, 60, said Friday. ``I didn't follow her. I didn't know she had a reality show. I didn't see her in the tabloids or Playboy.''

Milstein quickly got up to speed on the world-famous centerfold who died suddenly Feb. 8 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino near Hollywood.

As Smith's mother, her boyfriend and her ex-lover battled over where she would ultimately spend eternity, Broward Circuit Judge Larry Seidlin asked Milstein to represent someone in the case who can't yet speak for herself: Smith's 5-month-old daughter, Dannielynn.

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