The L.A. County Coroner's Office is reportedly not satisfied that the toxicology report by itself will tell the whole story in the death of Brittany Murphy in December.
As a result, on Wednesday Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter paid a visit to Brittany's husband, Simon Monjack, and her mom, Sharon Murphy, to ask more questions.
Monjack is not a suspect, however he is a very shady character, and conflicting reports about the origins of medications in Murphy's house have raised eyebrows.
A man who worked at Murphy's house told the Coroner's Office that someone would deliver a sealed, manila envelope filled with meds to "Lola" every Friday.
Simon Monjack wed Brittany Murphy in 2007.
Sources say the drugs were mailed from Los Angeles to Louisiana, where Murphy was shooting a movie and Simon Monjack was tagging along, before she died.
A pathologist in the Coroner's Office who is working on the case had a variety of questions for both Simon and Sharon regarding Britt. Among the questions:
Why is there no record of Brittany seeing a doctor in the months before her death, since she experiencing severe abdominal pains days before her death?
Monjack, whose planned Brittany Murphy benefit was postponed at the last minute this week, is said to have been fully cooperative with the investigation.