Anna Nicole Smith's Sisters Still Haunted by Her Death 10 Years Later

The sisters hope to connect with Anna Nicole's daughter, Dannielynn.

Anna Nicole Smith’s sisters say they are haunted by memories of their famous sibling's downward spiral.

Donna Hogan and Amy Chapman watched from afar as Anna Nicole went from voluptuous model to a struggling reality star whose life would ultimately be destroyed by drugs.

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The women say their sister never got the help she needed.

Hogan said: “She loved life even though it didn’t seem like it. I think she just lost that with all of the pills and everything.”

Chapman added: “I don’t think that she was taken care of.”

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After Anna Nicole's death from an accidental overdose in February 2007, Hogan began to look more and more like her glamorous sister. She dyed her hair blonde and underwent a breast augmentation.

The sisters now hope to connect with Anna Nicole's 10-year-old daughter Dannielynn — who is being raised by her father, Larry Birkhead. They hope meeting her will finally give them some closure.

Hogan said: "I would let Dannielynn know that her aunts are here for her. And if she ever wanted to reach out to us we are here."

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