Did Brittany Murphy Die Tragically or was she Poisoned Over Time
Murphy’s mother and father are at war about what happened to their daughter.
She was married to a British screenwriter and film director called Simon Monjack. Murphy tragically died in December 2009 at home. When you consider all the factors, many have questioned whether the death was a tragic illness or not.
The Tragic Death of Brittany Murphy.
Murphy died in the bathroom of her house in the Hollywood Hills. Some reports state that she died in her mother, Sharon’s arms, her husband was said to be beside her. Other theories say she was alone when she died, and her husband and mother found her.
It is claimed she gasped, ‘I can’t breathe, I can’t breathe,’ and then she passed out. She was rushed to the hospital, but it was too late, and she was pronounced dead. The LA County coroner ruled her death was due to pneumonia combined with anaemia and multiple drug intoxication. The drugs were prescription and over-the-counter medication.
The media tried to smear her name, stating she was a drug addict, but there is no proof to this claim. There were no illegal drugs found in her system. The wording of the autopsy report added fuel to the theory she was a drug addict.
She was really sick with pneumonia, very anaemic and she was taking medication and all that combined killed her — LA coroner.
The Coroner also stated that the death was preventable. Murphy was planning to see a doctor the next day. Had she seen him earlier, she would have survived. She was thirty-two when she died, and although it seems unlikely, it is plausible that this could have been her cause of death.
Until it gets suspicious.
Monjack was devastated by her death and found life without her very difficult. He often spoke about the life they had together. He stated that ‘he lost his life’ the day she died.
It all seemed like a tragic accident, until five months after Murphy’s death when Monjack died of precisely the same thing. On 23rd May 2010, he was found dead in the same bathroom; his official cause of death was pneumonia and anaemia.
The theories started by her father.
Murphy’s parents were divorced. According to her mother, her father only showed back up in her life when she became famous. As a result, many people would question his motives and also those about the theories he developed.
Her mother's theory was that toxic mould in the house had caused the couple’s death. However, mould specialists examined the house and found nothing within the walls.
This is where the theories become disturbing. Both Murphy and Monjack were on Homeland Security’s watch list.
Julia Davis, a National Security whistleblower, had leaked secrets about the US-Mexico border; she stated that twenty-three foreigners from terrorist countries had been allowed onto US soil.
Homeland security took action against her for knowing this information which led to fifty-four investigations, two malicious prosecutions, and a Black Hawk helicopter raid on her property.
Murphy was Julia’s friend and came out publically to support her. Allegedly, this led to Murphy and Monjack being placed on the watch list along with Julia. In addition, Monjack was arrested over an expired visa — a ruthless tactic to intimidate Murphy after she spoke out defending Davis.
Davis quit her job and sued the Department of Homeland Security, winning her case. Judge Leach ruled that the government engaged in illegal conduct against her. He was supporting the fact that Davis was not making this up. Homeland Security also said they had a statement from Murphy about Davis showing her in a negative light. This was false, and Murphy released a statement through her lawyers stating this.
Was Murphy poisoned?
Murphy’s dad maintains the couple was under surveillance; strange men and helicopters watched them. American journalist, Alex Ben Block, said that Simon Monjack told him ‘they were under surveillance by helicopters and their phone was bugged.’
Murphy’s father decided to get his own laboratory tests done on his daughter. They determined an unusually high amount of metal in her hair. Ten of the metals were found to be at a higher level than WHO high-level guidelines.
It could be that the couple were simultaneously exposed to these metals. It is also likely they are administered via a third party with criminal intent.
Murphy had also displayed several symptoms associated with heavy metal poisoning, such as headaches, dizziness, abdominal cramps, coughing, and pneumonia. Monjack had precisely the same symptoms. So was someone killing them over time? Did Monjack live longer due to his increased size and metabolism?
Murphy’s father was convinced and went to the police department to open an investigation. Although the police department refused, they issued the following statement:
The Los Angeles County Department of medical examiner coroner has no plans to reopen or inquire into the deaths.
They also state that they have never received any third-party results.
The truth of money related?
Murphy’s mother stated that her father was insane and made these theories up to profit from his daughter's death. She says he would try anything for fame. She also stated he worked with Davis to gain publicity and sell products and a movie on this subject. She has said that her daughter knew little about Davis.
Her father stated his daughter was neither anorexic nor a junkie, and he would not rest until the truth is out; unfortunately, he died before he saw this happen. So was he a man trying to make money off his daughter, or does her mum knows something and is not saying?