Broward County, Florida, medical examiners have not determined the cause of Anna Nicole Smith's death, they said today in a press conference. More tests are needed, but the examiner would not rule out drugs or natural causes.
Police now say there were no illegal drugs found in Smith's hotel room.
The former Playboy model Smith collapsed and died yesterday in a Florida hotel.
Friday, a Los Angeles judge has ordered the body of Anna Nicole Smith preserved until February 20th, when a hearing is scheduled regarding the paternity case of Smith's daughter, Dannielynn Hope Marshall Stern.
Larry Birkhead, a former boyfriend of Smith's who says that he is the father of the girl, filed an emergency order yesterday requesting DNA testing of Smith's body. Smith's lawyer and companion, Howard K. Stern, says he is the father.
Birkhead's attorney ordered the emergency DNA test to ensure the child, who is eventually tested, is actually Smith's child.
A third man came forward today to claim fatherhood of Smith's child. Prince Frederick von Anhalt, the 59-year-old husband of actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, told Associated Press, "If you go back from September, she wasn't with one of those guys, she was with me."
Smith's mother thinks she knows what caused her daughter's death.
"She was too drugged up. The last interview I saw of her...she was so wasted," Arthur said this morning on ABC's Good Morning America. "I tried to warn her about the drugs and the people she hung around. She didn't listen."
There were reports that illegal narcotics and prescription medication were present in Smith's hotel room at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel in Hollywood, Florida.
After Smith collapsed she was taken to the local hospital, where she was pronounced dead. The one-time star of E!'s The Anna Nicole Show was 39.