Sounds like Brittany’s father was on to something after all…
Second Test Results Suggest That Brittany Murphy Was Murdered
Hollywood actress Brittany Murphy’s father has long been vocal about the theory that his daughter was poisoned and didn’t die of pneumonia as was initially reported and now there are a second set of test results that back him up.
via Hollywood Life
The results are in from a second testing of Brittany Murphy’s hair samples and they too show that she had “abnormally high levels” of heavy metals, including Barium and Sulfur in her system.
Brittany Murphy died from pneumonia on Dec. 20, 2009 at the young age of 32, but her father didn’t believed that to be true. In November, Angelo Bertolotti received test results from The Carlson Company stating that his daughter had a large amount of metals in her system, leading him to believe she had been poisoned. On Dec. 18, two days before the four-year anniversary of her death, he received a second set of test results from another lab — stating the same thing.
The new test was conducted by Exova, which is defined as “one of the leading providers of testing, calibration and advisory services.”
The documents, shared with Examiner.com, show that her father Angelo had submitted hair samples to run the second test to “re-confirm” that she was poisoned.”
“These new lab results re-confirm what we already knew. I never doubted the previous test results, but decided to get a second opinion,” her father told the site.
However, Brittany’s father is not saying that those first test results were inaccurate — he’s defending them.
“First of all, the lab that initially conducted the testing is very reputable and accredited. Secondly, the lab that performed another round of tests is recognized and accredited worldwide,” he said. “They’ve confirmed and even expanded the list of toxic heavy metals found in Brittany’s hair. I have no doubt that my daughter was poisoned.”
It’s been four years since Brittany Murphy passed and her father has never let up about believing that she was murdered. Do you think the metals found in her hair are evidence of foul play?