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Brittany Murphy Lawsuit Dropped

Guess Brittany Murphy's dad wasn't all that interested in the lawsuit he filed after all!

…because he totally didn't show up to court, resulting in a throw-out!

Angelo Bertolotti tried to sue in January because he disagreed with the ruling over his daughter's death — something any father could understand in his shoes.

The main thing he wanted was biological samples form Brittany's body so he could retest them, as he said the office didn't do a proper job the first time around.

He cited a previous medical case where death by arsenic poising was erroneously attributed to pneumonia and anemia. So he wanted his daughter's hair samples from her head, face and body that were in the department's possession.

But it looks like he'll never know, now. Either way, we probably won't ever stop missing her. RIP Brittany…

[Image via WENN.]

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4 comments to “Brittany Murphy's Dad's Lawsuit Thrown Out”



  1. 1

    She was so cute. I was obsessed with "Clueless" when I was younger. Still sad to think about her being gone, she was way too young and talented! Really liked her as an actress.



  2. 2

    NOT TRUE. Contact me, Perez.



  3. 3

    The way that she and her husband died so closely together with the EXACT same thing is very fishy! Don't understand why it wasn't investigated more.



  4. 4

    Does Perez seriously believe Brittany's dad lost interest in this case? It's patently obvious he wasn't informed of the date of the hearing. A real journalist would be asking why the hell the Coroner's Office wouldn't just hand over the samples, why a court case was necessary. Incidentally, enough with the "we probably won't ever stop missing her" - Perez ran stories defaming her as crazy.