Brittany Murphy’s husband Simon Monjack is furious over a report that the star obtained medication - a majority of which is MIA - just before she died.
The late actress, who died in December, allegedly secured a prescription for 120 hydrocodone pills 11 days before her death. Only 11 were found after.
At the recommended maximum of four per day, she would have taken only 44 of them, and you can do the math there. So where are the missing pills?
Monjack says the pills were prescribed to Brittany’s mom Sharon, a cancer survivor, and the report is so outrageous that he's considering legal action.
What a surprise there.
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The release of Brittany Murphy’s autopsy report on February 26 ended all rumors and hurtful speculation that the actress had abused drugs, Simon says.
But a day after that report was released, a website claimed that 109 pills were missing from a bottle of 120, leading to renewed speculation over Murphy.
The article asked why so many pills prescribed in the first place, and by whom, while saying Simon Monjack has provided no help in locating the doctor.
As always, the bad seed has his own version of events.Well, Simon claims the 120 hydrocodone pills in question were really prescribed to Sharon, not Brittany (the truth of this statement has not been verified).
Dealing with the report that falsely claimed “missing” pills belong to Brittany is harming her mother’s health even more, according to Monjack. Sure dude.
He accused the source (TMZ) of devastating Sharon by “trying to dig up any last fantastical story based entirely on fiction to defame her dead daughter.”
“This false story is damaging,” he said. “She is a very sick woman. It’s hard enough to lose a daughter but then to have this story. makes it even harder."
Also damaging? Marrying a famous actress for money, then setting up a sham charity in her name just months after she died. Go away, Simon. Go away.