The investigation into Brittany Murphy’s death is apparently far from over. The LA County Chief Assistant Coroner Ed Winter paid a visit to the late actress’ home yesterday.
According to TMZ, he asked Simon Monjack and Murphy’s mother Sharon a lot of questions. Sources say a man who worked at Murphy's house told the Coroner's Office that someone would deliver a sealed, manila envelope to the house every Friday filled with prescription medications in bottles. The name on the envelope was "Lola."
Sources say the ex-employee told the Coroner drugs were also mailed from Los Angeles to Louisiana -- where Brittany was shooting a movie just months before her death. The types of questions from the coroner were ones like, “Why was there no record of Brittany seeing a doctor in the months before her death, especially because she had several medical conditions and was experiencing severe abdominal pains days before her death?”
Despite the situation still sounding very shady, Winter says "the family has been very cooperative" and "we were able to fill in some questions involving the case."
TMZ claims that the pathologists plan to interrogate Monjack and Sharon Murphy further. Stay tuned for details!