Mould in your home can kill as actress Brittany Murphy’s death linked to fungus in LA mansion. By David Hurst Updated: 12:08 EST, 29 March 2013
In addition to Sharon Murphy’s mold claims, Brittany’s hatred of the home and Inside Edition claiming they witnessed major mold remediation work going on there shortly after Britany’s death is the fact that the house had previously flooded due to a water heater that leaked in the attic.
The eerily similar deaths of Brittany Murphy and her husband Simon Monjack a mere five months apart is “unusual” but not mold-related, according to LA County assistant chief coroner, Ed Winter.
The mother of Brittany Murphy has filed a lawsuit against the attorneys that represented her in a suit against the builders of the home where the actress died, claiming the lawyers never told her
Mould affects millions of people every year, with infants, elderly, and those with pre-existing health conditions at much higher risk to illness as a result of exposure.
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The death of Brittany Murphy is under renewed scrutiny after her father, Angelo Bertolotti, revealed a report from a private lab saying the “Clueless” actress had high levels of heavy metals
Brittany Murphy’s mother, Sharon Murphy, says reports that a toxic mold may have contributed to the premature deaths of her daughter and of Brittany’s husband Simon Monjack are “absurd.”