Was Brittany Murphy Poisoned?Posted: November 19, 2013 | |
A new toxicology report ordered by the family of actress Brittany Murphy says rat poison may have been the cause of her death.
Murphy’s mother found her dead at home on December 20, 2009 and the Los Angeles Coroner ruled her death was due to pneumonia and anemia.
Strangely, Brittany’s husband Simon Monjack died from the same causes a five months later.
But an independent report ordered by her father Angelo Bertolotti found that the actress did not die of natural causes, according to The Examiner. The report even suggests that Brittany and Simon could have been murdered by a third party.
Following years of litigation Bertolotti was able to obtain samples of her hair, blood and tissue for testing. The Examiner reports that “based on the symptoms” exhibited by Brittany and Simon before their deaths, he ordered testing for heavy metals and toxins. According to the report the Los Angeles Coroner did not test for heavy metals.
The web site quotes the lab report, “Ten (10) of the heavy metals evaluated were detected at levels higher that the WHO [The World Health Organization] high levels … If we were to eliminate the possibility of a simultaneous accidental heavy metals exposure to the sample donor then the only logical explanation would be an exposure to these metals (toxins) administered by a third party perpetrator with likely criminal intent.”
Heavy metals are found in many rat poisons and insecticides. At the time of her death, Brittany displayed the symptoms of heavy metal poisoning including: headaches, dizziness, abdominal cramps, coughing, sweating, disorientation, wheezing, congestion and pneumonia.
- Brittany Murphy’s Death: Did She Die From Rat Poisoning? (hollywoodlife.com)
- Could Brittany Murphy Have Been Poisoned? Her Father Releases New Report (contactmusic.com)
- Brittany Murphy toxicology tests suggest poisoning (theguardian.com)
- Brittany Murphy Poisoned? Shocking Toxicology Report, Results Raise New Questions (thehollywoodgossip.com)
- Brittany Murphy Toxicology Tests Suggest Heavy Metal Poisoning (businessinsider.com)