Matt Towery

-- Was Smith also using methadone? There are reports that methadone was found in the refrigerator of her home in the Bahamas immediately after her death in Florida. If that's true, why would such a dangerous drug -- one that might have killed her son -- still be around long after his death?

-- While in Florida, Smith reportedly had a dangerously high fever of 105 degrees. With a nurse at her side, why was a physician not summoned; why no call made to 911? Any nurse knows that such a high fever is something that should be called to the attention of a physician to determine its cause.

-- Where was Stern when Smith died? We've heard many versions of the story, but what needs to be known is who was where, and why, during the entire bizarre stay at the Florida hotel.

-- Finally, how could someone suffering the grief Stern is going through negotiate a deal with a television program for exclusive interviews and photos? And at what price?

The above isn't so much a conspiracy theory as it is plain old disgust. Stern is no dummy. He knows law and Hollywood -- and money.

The only thing he didn't seem to know was how to take care of the woman he so tearfully claims to have loved.

Just wondering.

Matt Towery

Matt Towery is a former National Republican legislator of the year and author of Powerchicks: How Women Will Dominate America.
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