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Brittany Murphy’s Death: Second Lab Report Contributes To Murder Claim

18 December 2013 10:47 AM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

The results are in from a second testing of Brittany Murphy’s hair samples and they too show that she had “abnormally high levels” of heavy metals, including Barium and Sulfur in her system.

Brittany Murphy died from pneumonia on Dec. 20, 2009 at the young age of 32, but her father didn’t believed that to be true. In November, Angelo Bertolotti received test results from The Carlson Company stating that his daughter had a large amount of metals in her system, leading him to believe she had been poisoned. On Dec. 18, two days before the four-year anniversary of her death, he received a second set of test results from another lab — stating the same thing.

Brittany Murphy’s Death — Second Lab Test Results Show Heavy Metals

The new test was conducted by Exova, which is defined as “one of the leading providers of testing, calibration and advisory services.”

The documents, shared with Examiner. »

- Emily Longeretta

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Brittany Murphy's mother: 'Poisoning claims a smear'

26 November 2013 12:35 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Sharon Murphy has rebutted claims by Brittany Murphy's father that their daughter was murdered in 2009 as 'inexcusable' and an 'insult'

Brittany Murphy's mother has rubbished suggestions her daughter may have been poisoned, and accused Murphy's biological father of planning to exploit the late actor's death for his own personal gain.

In a highly-charged open letter published by the Hollywood Reporter, Sharon Murphy said she had decided to speak out publicly following widespread press coverage for claims by Angelo Bertolotti that the star of Clueless and Eight Mile may have been murdered. Bertolotti last week flagged up a new toxicology report he commissioned which suggested his daughter may have been "poisoned by a third party perpetrator with likely criminal intent", contrary to the official coroner's verdict.

Sharon Murphy said Bertolotti had never been a part of her daughter's life while she was alive, and described efforts to "smear" her »

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Brittany Murphy's Mother Speaks Out Against Poisoning Claims

25 November 2013 12:20 PM, PST | | See recent news »

Brittany Murphy's mother Sharon has come forward to dispute claims by Brittany's father that her daughter may have been intentionally poisoned before her death in 2009. "I have chosen to stay out of the limelight since the tragic and sudden death of my wonderful, talented, loving daughter four years ago this Dec. 20," Sharon Murphy writes for The Hollywood Reporter in response to an assertion by Brittany's estranged father, Angelo Bertolotti, that a new lab test reveals the possibility of foul play. "I have no choice now but to come forward in the face of inexcusable efforts to smear my daughter's »

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Brittany Murphy Poisoned By Government, Says Friend Julia Davis

19 November 2013 9:23 AM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

Julia Davis is determined to get the truth about Brittany Murphy’s death out. She spoke with exclusively, revealing that she is working with the actress’ father to prove that at 32, Brittany was poisoned by the government after being put on 24 hour surveillance.

“We’ve submitted formal demands to reopen the case of Brittany Murphy‘s death,” Julia Davis told exclusively on Nov. 18. Julia and Brittany’s father, Angelo Bertolotti worked together to get new blood, hair and tissue sample tests done after being suspicious of her death. The results showed heavy metals in her system, raising a surprising claim that she had been poisoned.

Julia Davis: Brittany Murphy Was Definitely Poisoned

“We believe that she was poisoned by somebody,” Julia told us. “We’re not pointing figures at who but we would like investigators to look into. We’ve submitted formal demands to reopen the case. »

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Brittany Murphy Poisoned After Supporting Whistleblower — Claim

19 November 2013 8:31 AM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

The mysterious case of Brittany Murphy’s 2009 death just got even more complicated. Her father is now claiming that after Brittany supported a Homeland Security whistleblower, she was under government surveillance — and someone involved with them is responsible for her death.

Angelo Bertolotti is determined to get to the bottom of the suspicious death of his daughter, Brittany Murphy.

Brittany Murphy’s Death — Was She Poisoned By The Government?

Brittany, 32, passed away on December 20, 2009 — her husband, Simon Monjack, 40, died just five months later. And while it was originally due to “natural causes,” Angelo said she was poisoned to death after defending a whistleblower fighting the government.

He said that his daughter was afraid to be in her home because she was under government surveillance who followed her around and tapped into her phone after she publicly backed Julia Davis, a Homeland Security whistleblower.

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