Anna Nicole’s former psychiatrist Khristine Eroshevich and the California Medical Board reached a settlement. Eroshevich admitted to her conviction of a crime in the Anna Nicole case and confessed to making false statements in a psychiatric report, unrelated to that case. As a result, the Board is suspending Eroshevich’s medical license for 90 days and putting her on a 5 year probation. As you may recall, in October 2010, a jury convicted Eroshevich of a felony, which was reduced to a one year probation misdemeanor in 2011. Eroshevich will also have to undergo a psychiatric evaluation herself and take an ethics course.
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