Simon Monjack, Brittany Murphy's Mom Shared A Bed

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Simon Monjack, Brittany Murphy's Mom Shared A Bed
We knew there was something going on.

The L.A. Coroner's Office just released their report on Simon Monjack's death, and within it is revealed a shocking truth: At the time of his passing, Simon Monjack was sharing a bed with Sharon Murphy, aka his dead wife Brittany Murphy's mother. That's not weird, right?

But then again, don't think that we didn't have our suspicians. After all, what grieving husband doesn't continue to live and make life plans with his mother-in-law... especially when she's the one who got the long end of the last-will-and-testament stick?

And while the world was quick to point fingers at the sketchy Simon Monjack as the source of all held in suspect, with his subsequent death and everything else that followed, we've just got to ask What's up with Sharon? Who/What Killed Brittany Murphy, Simon Monjack?

Per TMZ, Sharon Murphy told investigators that she shared a bed with her daughter's husband Simon after Brittany passed away. And while left unnamed in the coroner's report, law enforcement "sources" have since identified the deceased's mother-in-law as the person whose identity has been withheld.

According to the report, the investigator and the unnamed person (Sharon) were going through the master bedroom in the Hollywood Hills  home that Simon shared with Brittany ... when (Sharon) pointed to one side of Simon's bed and identified it as "her side of the bed."

Sharon also told the investigator that certain prescriptions in the nightstand—bearing the names Sharon Murphy and Sharon Monjack—were also hers.'

The report doesn't suggest sexual contact between the two. 

What a weird family! What's your reaction to this news?

Photo via Bauer-Griffin.

 

 

The L.A. Coroner's Office just released their report on Simon Monjack's death, and within it is revealed a shocking truth: At the time of his death, Simon Monjack was sharing a bed with Sharon Murphy, aka his dead wife Brittany Murphy's mother. That's not weird, right?

But then again, don't think that we didn't have our suspicians. After all, what grieving husband doesn't continue to live and make life plans with his mother-in-law... especially when she's the one who got the long end of the last-will-and-testament stick?

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