A new lab report has been released which suggests Brittany Murphy could have died from poison, as high levels of heavy metals have been found in the actress's blood, tissue and hair.
American actress Brittany Murphy died in 2009 at the age of 32. The cause of her death was thought to have been accidental, caused by multiple drug intoxication, pneumonia and anemia.
Brittany Murphy Died In 2009
Brittany's husband, Simon Monjack, died as a result of the exact same causes five months later, which may not be so coincidental after all.
The '8 Mile' actress's father, Angelo Bertolotti, sued the Los Angeles Coroner's Office and the Los Angeles Police Department, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
He wanted them to re-open an investigation into her death and get further toxicology reports, the lawsuit claimed the coroner's department of "failure to conduct toxicology tests on the specimens", as Bertolotti thinks, "his daughter's death was incorrectly determined to have been allegedly caused by pneumonia and anemia."
The lawsuit wasn't granted but Angelo reportedly won the release of her hair, blood and tissues for independent testing, according to The Examiner.
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