Stern had been hunched over a table with his hands folded as he awaited Seidlin’s ruling. He wiped away tears after the decision. Arthur covered her eyes. The judge began Thursday’s hearing with a long diatribe, saying Smith’s relationships with her mother and ex-boyfriend Birkhead soured because of overuse of prescription drugs, and he referred to Stern as “maybe an enabler.” “We have Stern. Is he a bad guy or is he a fellow that has some form of a love for her? We don’t know,” Seidlin said. “Whatever relationship he had with her, he would be called maybe an enabler.” Birkhead testified earlier that he attempted to curb Smith’s drug use by urging her to seek treatment. When he visited the Bahamas home Smith and Stern shared last year, he said he became increasingly concerned about her medicine use. “They kept bringing more and more drugs in the house,” Birkhead said, adding that Smith told him she needed the prescriptions to live. When he suggested that Smith enter drug rehabilitation, he said she told him: “I’m not a drug addict and quit calling me one.” Testimony in the case has been peppered with details of Smith’s sexual liaisons and the deals that witnesses accused each other of pursuing to profit from the deaths of Smith and her son. Also Thursday, celebrity news Web site TMZ.com posted a video of Smith hugging and being kissed by a shirtless doctor, who is under investigation by the California state medical board for unspecified possible misconduct related to Smith. In the video from a nightclub, Stern and Birkhead watch as Smith and Dr. Sandeep Kapoor cuddle on a seat. There was no response to messages left for Kapoor’s Los Angeles publicist Mark Saylor, on his cell phone and at his office. A message was also left for Kapoor’s Los Angeles attorney, Ellyn Garofalo.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Anna Nicole Smith will be buried in the Bahamas, alongside her dead son, it was announced Thursday after a tearful judge left the decision up to the guardian for the model’s baby daughter. Richard Milstein, the court-appointed guardian of 5-month-old Dannielynn’s interests in the burial, announced the plans not long after a judge gave him control of Smith’s final resting place. Milstein gave no time frame for the funeral. Judge Larry Seidlin steered a surprise middle course in a dispute that became more urgent by the day after the medical examiner warned that Smith’s body was rapidly decomposing. The ruling came a full two weeks after Smith died at a Florida hotel at age 39 of still-undetermined causes. Smith’s estranged mother, Vergie Arthur, wanted her buried in her native Texas, while Smith’s boyfriend wanted her laid to rest in the Bahamas. The judge, who choked up frequently and sometimes blubbered as he explained his decision, compromised and gave custody of the body to Milstein. The judge expressed hope Smith would be buried alongside her son. “I want them to be together,” Seidlin said. Milstein works for the Miami office of the Akerman Senterfitt law firm. He has 30 years of experience and specializes in guardianship, probate and mediation, according to the firm’s Web site. The dispute over the burial was one of many surrounding Smith. Her boyfriend Howard K. Stern, an attorney, is listed as Dannielynn’s father on the birth certificate, but Smith’s ex-boyfriend Larry Birkhead said the girl is his. A California judge is handling the paternity case.