What was Anna Nicole Smith’s net worth at the time of her death?

The latest Netflix documentary sure to top streamers’ charts this week is Anna Nicole Smith: You don’t know me, follows the life of the late model-actress and what led to her untimely death. The Texas native was just 39 years old when she was found dead in a Florida hotel bed.

Anna Nicole Smith: You don’t know me features interviews with Smith’s family, friends and colleagues who share their experiences with the model and highlight the greatest moments in their lives. Smith was an undeniable beauty who had big dreams of becoming famous. But unfortunately for her, fame wasn’t just glitz and glamor. Smith learned the downside of life in the limelight the hard way and faced many hardships throughout her adulthood.

From her spreads in Playboy to her acting appearances in films like that of the Coen brothers. The Hudsucker ProxySmith had no problem finding jobs early in her career, but unfortunately had to file for bankruptcy in 1996. Just over a decade later, at the time of her death, how much money did she have?

Anna Nicole Smith net worth in 2007

celebrity net worth reports that Smith’s net worth was estimated at $1 million at the time of her death in 2007.

In 1994, Smith married an 89-year-old billionaire named J. Howard Marshall II and claimed he wanted to leave her half of his estate after his death, even though he didn’t include her in his will. When he died, one of his sons came forward and fought Smith. He also claimed that he was entitled to half of the estate, but that it was not in the will. Ultimately, Smith never saw any more money from her late husband after his death.

Anna Nicole Smith passed away on February 8, 2007, less than six months after the death of her son Daniel at the young age of 20. Both deaths were accidental overdoses. Smith is survived by their daughter, Dannielynn, who is now 16 years old.

You can stream Anna Nicole Smith: You don’t know me Now on Netflix.

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