Remember Judge Larry Seidlin who was tasked with deciding where Anna Nicole Smith's body should be buried?
Well, how you could not. That 2007 "trial" was more like a "circus" and the judge (who broke down in tears while giving his verdict) was the ring master.
Now, Larry, quit judging, has written a book called "The Murder of Anna Nicole Smith." Anna's death hasn't officially been classified as a murder, but because of "combined drug intoxication" with the sleeping medication chloral hydrate as the "major component."
The book will be available this June.
According to Amazon, it "unveils the truth behind one of the most watched trials in television history. Based on eyewitness accounts, trial transcripts and confidential files, his three-year, in-depth investigation reveals what really happened on Feb. 8, 2007, the day Anna Nicole Smith passed away."