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Hollywood killed Brittany Murphy

Simon Monjack, the late Brittany Murphy’s husband, went on The Today Show this morning to proclaim that Hollywood killed his dear Brittany and her death had nothing to do with all those prescription medications found scattered about the room. Monjack says Brittany suffered from stress when Warner Bros. pulled their offer to let her do Happy Feet 2. “Hollywood broke her heart. They have blood on their hands and I hope they wash them with very hot water because of the way they treated Brittany Murphy while she was alive.”

Monjack also wants to sue the LA County Coroner’s Department because they leaked the medications found in the room. He says that all of them were his save for the anti-seizure medication klonopin and the Sarafem that Brittany took. He also denied Brittany ever used cocaine due to her fear of death. Brittany had a condition where the heart didn’t properly close so she’d avoid all drugs. She was just “high on life.”

So, Hollywood killed Brittany, but she was high on life. Seems almost contradictory. How can someone feel so devastated and so good at the same time. I wonder if there’s a pill that does that? In either case, shame on you, Hollywood. You ended a poor girl’s life. One who only three months before her death was perfectly healthy and screaming erratically from her balcony about gun fire.

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Hal
Hal
10 years ago

They were probably ALL doing drugs together…. the mother is clearly out to lunch, and the husband doesn’t seem very clear headed, either.

Mariahbaby
Mariahbaby
10 years ago

Tacky! She was a great woman, I knew her. Stop disgracing a family in pain.

Ben from Baltimore
Ben from Baltimore
10 years ago

I believe that she may have been fired over false tabloid rumors. My friend was fired over office rumors/gossip that she was having sex in the office unisex bathroom on the second floor with a male coworker which were not true. Now she has been blacklisted from getting another office job somewhere else. I had contacted a friend that was my old office boss during my senior year work study on the job training program who has a reputation of thoroughly checking on whether or not rumors/gossip are true (which Warner Bros. apparently didn’t do) because they need people to… Read more »

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