Since the early days of showing the documentary “Anna Nicole Smith: You Don’t Know Me” on the “Netflix” platform, facts have gradually been revealed about the difficult and harsh life lived by the American model and actress “Playboy” cover star Anna Nicole Smith, who died in 2007 At the age of 37 years due to an overdose of medication.
And in the latest news reported by foreign media, Melissa Byrom, Smith’s close friend, revealed a shocking situation that had a significant impact on her life and behavior..
Byrom said that Anna admitted to her that she tried to contact her father, Donald Hogan, who left her when she was a child, but was shocked when he tried to have an affair with her..
Byrum explained that her friend met her father for the first time in 1993 when she was 24 years old, and she had hired a private investigator to track down Hogan and agreed that the latter would meet with her half-brother Donnie Hogan at Hugh Hefner in Los Angeles..
And she continued, “Shortly after the ceremony, he asked her to have a relationship with him. She was crying hard when she confessed to me, and I felt very disappointed because she painted a very different picture of her father, and her hopes were shattered after she faced the bitter reality.”.”
The documentary explains that Smith was a little girl when Hogan was kicked out of the house for raping his aunt. After he pleaded guilty and spent six months in prison, he started a new family and moved away from it completely.
Smith’s half-sister, Donna Hogan, addressed him in her book, explaining that he was an alcoholic, violent, and “abused all the women in his life, including me, his daughter.”