This Friday, fans of the late Brittany Murphy and media journalists commemorate the death of the actress who died in 2009. Today was the tenth anniversary of Murphy's tragic overdose. Brittany is perhaps best known for her appearances in movies like Girl Interrupted, 8 Mile and Clueless.
She was pronounced dead on December 20, 2009, when she was 32 years old, and many people have questioned the circumstances of her surprising death.
Reportedly, forensics mentioned drug intoxication and pneumonia as the cause of death, however, her half-brother, Tony Bertolotti, states that her husband and screenwriter, Simon Monjack, may have played a role in his death.
According to Tony, Monjack and Murphy's mother were present at the house when Murphy passed away. Bertolotti told The Daily Mail journalists that the incident was suspicious because she was a "healthy girl,quot; and that she died suddenly when her mother and her "supposed husband,quot; were there.
Bertolotti went on to say that only in Hollywood would people not think about taking the affected person to the hospital, which was only four miles away, he explained. He added: "I think Brittany was taken out," and then asked who killed her, because "she didn't die of natural causes."
According to Tony, a former composer and saxophone player, his brother-in-law may have contributed to his death in some way because he owed him a lot of money. Tony went on to argue that their deaths sounded related to business.
In addition, Bertolotti urged those who are curious to see where the money is going now, because every time one of his films is in the air, someone receives the check. In addition, Angelo Bertolotti, Brittany's father, believed that Brittany could have been killed. He later died in January of this year.
He added that Mr. Bertolotti was looking for clues as a "hunting dog,quot;, but then died. Angelo approached many people who were close to her, and no one said anything, said Murphy's half-brother.