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Famed Pathologist Weighs In On Allegations Brittany Murphy Was Poisoned

Brittany Murphy and her husband Simon Monjack were murdered via poisoning, the Clueless star’s father Angelo Bertolotti told Good Morning America Tuesday.

“I have a feeling that there was a definite murder situation here — it’s poison, yes, I know that,” Bertolotti said of the deaths — his daughter’s, which occurred Dec. 20, 2009; and Monjack’s, just five months later on May 23, 2010.

Family insider Julia Davis added, “Our theory is they were poisoned, but the investigators should look into it.”

INSIDE EDITION spoke with forensic pathologist, Cyril Wecht about allegations that Brittany Murphy may have been poisoned.
Famed Pathologist Weighs In On Allegations Brittany Murphy Was Poisoned

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