Brittany Murphy Reportedly Poisoned

Posted: Nov 19 2013, 3:27am CST | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

Brittany Murphy Reportedly Poisoned
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A new report concludes that actress Brittany Murphy did not die of natural causes back in 2009.

Actress Brittany Murphy died about four years ago. Back then the police said that she did of pneumonia and anemia. Already strange was that Brittany's husband Simon Monjack died 5 month later from the same causes. Now according to the Daily Mail, Brittany Murphy's father has ordered an independent test of her hair and the analyses found high heavy metals concentration pointing to rat poison.

It took that long to make this new test, as the samples just got released after a years of a legal fight. This is quite a turn of of events and heavily covered in the media. If true, the big question is who poisoned Brittany Murphy and her husband and why?

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