Brittany Murphy may have been buried on Christmas Eve, but husband Simon Monjack still can't rest in peace.
That's because new sources and reports continue to link Monjack to credit card fraud, mounting debt and visa violations, among other shady charges. The fact that he won't shut up raises a few questions for many, as well.
Take George Hickenlooper, for example.
The director, who was close to Murphy and almost cast her in the role of Edie Sedgwick in Factory Girl, said he approached the actress about her plans to marry the British screenwriter. He advised against it.
"The last thing I told Brittany is: “Do you know this guy? I mean do you really know him? Do you know what you are doing by marrying him?'" Hickenlooper said this week. "At this point, Brittany became angry and told me she knew Monjack better than anyone and then hung up on me.
"A few months later I tried to phone her to see if she was alright and Monjack would not let me speak to her."
Monjack has come under fire since his wife's death because many prescription pills were found by her bedside.
Asked about the medicine, Monjack's defense isn't exactly re-assuring.
“I know what the inference is by all those pills," he told The Daily Mail. “That she was some kind of addict, but addicts hide away their pills. They do not leave them on the nightstand like Brittany.”
That's true. Unless the addict's significant other is enabling his/her habit.