In addition to her doctor, the assigned pathologist at the Coroner’s office has been advised by Brittany’s friends and family that several “other doctors” treated Murphy during her final months. The Coroner’s Office is investigating all of the doctors involved in the treatment of her purported medical conditions leading up to her death.
At this time the Coroner’s pathologist wants to know what medications had been prescribed by the other doctors. In respect to the toxicology results they are still in the process and it generally take six to eight weeks for toxicology
Initially on the date of Brittany’s death we reported on December 20, 2009 the investigators had found numerous medications in her home. Many of the medications had been prescribed to Brittany, Simon Monjack, Brittany’s mother Sharon Murphy and several “unidentified third parties.” We’ve also learned Brittany Murphy left her entire estate to her mother Sharon Murphy and it appears her hubby Monjack was not in her will. The Coroner’s office states Brittany’s cause of death will not be released for another four weeks.
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