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Anna Nicole's Bahama Mansion gets locks changed by developer who claims he had a relationship with her

By Hotttttie     Feb 11, 2007 in Entertainment
The late Anna Nicole's Mansion in Bahama's gets its locks changed twice in 24 hours , rumor over a relationship with U.S developer
The locks at the Late Anna Nicole's mansion in Bahamas has been changed not once but 2 times within 24 hours on Saturday over a heated dispute issued by her estate and a U.S developer who claims he had a brief relationship with the former Playboy Playmate.
An informed source told Associated Press that earlier on Saturday the attorney for the U.S developer who claims he had a relationship with the late Anna Nicole stated he also claims ownership of the waterfront mansion, said he had the locks changed on Friday, put a chain on the gate and had taken control of the residence on behalf of his client.
G. Ben Thompson a South Carolina developer claims had a brief relationship with Smith and was embroiled in an ownership dispute with the 39-year old Smith.
But Smith claimed he bought her the house as a token gift.
Godfrey Pinder Thompson's attorney stated the house was on loan to Smith. He said Smith's death meant her claims to the mansion were no longer legitimate.
Smith's attorney who was next to Pinder outside the home stated Smith bought the mansion back in July for $900,000.Her ownership on the home was based on Smith's claim to residency in Bahamas. Smith filed a lawsuit and requested the courts to recognize her purchase and to rejects the claim Thomson put on the house.
Pinder said earlier that Bahamian Immigration Minister Shane Gibson's mother was permitted into the waterfront home late Friday to remove some of Smith's personal effects. The government official was a friend of Smith's.
The Bahamas Supreme court has issued a hearing in regards to the matter to take place on February 26,2007 .
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