Anna Nicole Smith’s bodyguard and pallbearer breaks his silence after 10 years…

While the official autopsy for Anna Nicole Smith said she died of a drug overdose 10 years ago, a former bodyguard and pallbearer at her funeral think she actually died of a broken heart.ans“Daniel was her everything,” said Cory Ardizzone, referring to Anna’s son Daniel, who died of a drug overdose five months before his mother. “That’s why we didn’t fly because Daniel didn’t fly.”ans1In the 10 years since Anna passed, Cory has passed on hundreds of interview requests. He spoke to Las Vegas columnist Norm Clarke this week, breaking his silence about his friend for the first time.

Cory wasn’t with her when she took her last breath in Florida, and he told the columnist that he’s filled with regret.

“The day she passed away I was supposed to be down there. I was with another client. It was rough,” he said.ans2Anna Nicole Smith with newborn daughter Dannielynn…

The security guard was able to say his final goodbye’s in the Bahamas, where he served as a pallbearer at her funeral.

Anna, he said, was “a beautiful person who had the biggest heart. It showed at her funeral. There was such an outpouring of love.”ans3Anna Nicole Smith’s daughter Dannielynn follows in her mom’s footsteps.

Since the death, the bodyguard has maintained a relationship with Larry Birkhead and Dannielynn, Anna’s daughter, who was five months old when her mother passed.ans4Larry Birkhead and Anna Nicole Smith’s daughter Dannielynn…

“I actually was on tour with New Kids on the Block two years ago and we were on the east coast,” Cory said. “I reached out to Larry and introduced them.”ans6On the 10th anniversary of her death, Cory also broke his social media silence about his one-time famous client, sharing a video of memories they had together while Toby Keith’s “Cryin’ For Me” played.

R.I.P. Anna Nicole Smith.

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