Not even in death can Brittany Murphy escape Simon Monjack. After a private orthodox Jewish service in Chapel of the Hills, Monjack was laid to rest next to Murphy at Forest Lawn Memorial Park.
Brittany’s mother Sharon Murphy and Monjack’s mother Linda spoke at the service. “Sharon was very strong and spoke and about how much she loved Simon, and how now Simon and Brittany are together,” says Neal. “She told them ‘I’ll miss you my babies.’ ”
A photo of the couple sat by Simon’s casket at the ceremony, which closed with a recording of Brittany singing a rendition of “Smile,” accompanied by Simon on the piano.
If I was Brittany, I’d be trying to claw my way out or into the next casket. That guy is shady. I wouldn’t be surprised if he switched graves with someone. If you head down to the river, you’d probably find a broken and half-open casket dumped in there.