Over six years later, Brittany Murphy's death case could be reopened, the L. County Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter confirms to Us Weekly after a new report was published Friday, March 25 — but there are numerous conditions. News and said: He tells Us that the situation would have to be specific, and authorities have no plans to reopen anything for now."If the police wanted to conduct an investigation or if somebody came to us and said, ' This is the following circumstances, did you guys find this or this?'" Winter speculates to Us, "then we would contact the law enforcement agency also and say, ' The family or somebody came and said that somebody confessed to actually putting some sort of poison in her food.'" For now, he adds: "We have no plans on reopening the case.""There’s a lot of speculation, but our findings are pretty set," Winter tells Us Weekly."I think that if she had gotten medical attention instead of just delaying it, that they’d taken her to a doctor, she’d probably still be alive as we speak today." Winter added to Us that Bertolotti's lab findings varied from the coroner's report.
The screen siren and singer was in full cardiac arrest and could not be revived after her beloved mother - who told paramedics the actress was diabetic - found her unconscious in the shower, TMZ reported. 911 call feverishly administered CPR as Monjack wandered around in his pajama bottoms, a witness told Radar Online. The troubled starlet rose to fame in 1995 as the sidekick Tai in "Clueless," who went from awkward wallflower to snotty hottie.She has appeared in more than 25 movies since then, including 1997's "Bongwater," "Girl, Interrupted" in 1999, "8Mile" and "Sin City." Murphy, whose gravelly voice rocked the animated film "Happy Feet," even broke into the dance club world with the hit single "Faster Kill Pussycat." Murphy lived in Edison, N.J., before moving to California when she was 13 and landing her first television role in "Blossom." She underwent a transformation from a too-pudgy-for-Hollywood brunette to a bone-thin blond - with cleavage ample enough to land her in Maxim's 100 hottest women in 2006.Speculation over her weight loss haunted her for years, but she dismissed reports that her weight was connected to drug use or an eating disorder."I have never tried [cocaine] in my entire life,"she told Jane magazine.Friends openly worried that she had become addicted to the prescription painkiller Vicodin after undergoing plastic surgery."Brittany has been living life on the edge," one source told Britain's Daily Mail.She was set to play a small role in Sylvester Stallone's upcoming film "The Expendables," due out in August.Earlier this month, she abruptly left the Puerto Rico set of "The Caller." Twitter was abuzz with tributes from stars, like old squeeze Ashton Kutcher, her co-star in 2003's "Just Married." "See you on the other side kid," Kutcher tweeted.Screenwriter and director Kevin Smith referred to the actress' oft-quoted line in "Clueless": "G'night, Ms.Murphy; hope you're rollin' with the homies someplace nice." In a statement, her family called Murphy's death a "terrible tragedy.