According to Brittany Murphy's recently-released autopsy, "multiple medications were present in the blood, with elevated levels of hydrocodone, acetaminophen, and chlorpheniramine."
Because these were prescription drugs, not illegal ones, attention-loving husband Simon Monjack says the report vindicates him.
"She never did anything that she was accused of!" Monjack told Us Weekly. "We never hid anything. And that's been the case with everything in our marriage. Maybe with her death, people will start to realize - yes, we had a lot of prescriptions around, but if you look at some of them, they date from 2001!"
Monjack - who has been accused of setting up a fake charity in his late wife's name in order to extort mourners - says he found "solace" in the autopsy and rejects the idea that Murphy's death could have been prevented.
"Any death could be prevented," he said. "It's a tragedy."
True. But this wasn't the case of someone getting hit by a drunken driver. Murphy's death has been ruled an "accident," but either Brittany, Simon or both were negligent in some manner when it came to the medication in her system.
In the end, Monjack wants people to leave him alone and "stop coming out with these ridiculous stories" about his relationship with the actress.
"Our marriage was dogged by these ridiculous rumors. Brittany's life was dogged by ridiculous rumors, and the truth always wins out," Simon said. "I hope people have the sense to really understand that everything was beautiful and wonderful in our relationship and so pure."
Just shut up for a few days, dude, and we'll be happy to never say a word about this tragedy again.