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Britney Spears Says She’s ‘Curious’ About Brittany Murphy’s Death in 2009: ‘Just Saying’

Britney Spears has said she is “curious” about Brittany Murphy’s death.

Murphy (formerly 8 miles, clueless and Just married) died in December 2009 at the age of 32.

She collapsed in the bathroom of her Hollywood home on December 20 and was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where she was later pronounced dead.

On Friday (March 4), Spears said on Instagram that she was “curious” about the circumstances surrounding the actor’s death, which was the subject of the recent HBO Max documentary What happened Brittany Murphy?

In a since-deleted post, gem People Magazine, the pop star shared a screenshot of the publication’s recent cover story, which explored Murphy’s death 12 years later.

“I saw this online today… is anyone else curious??? She died at 32…HMMMMMMMMMMM,” ​​the “Toxic” singer wrote in the caption.

“JUST SAYING !!!! Psss I know it’s been a while but c’mon… they’re still investigating!!!!”

In February 2010, a Coroner’s Office report declared Murphy’s cause of death as “community-acquired pneumonia,” with factors including iron deficiency anemia and polydrug intoxication.

Brittany Murphy and husband Simon Monjack

(Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

Craig Harvey, a spokesman for the bureau, said The Associated Press that the drugs involved were prescription drugs, but did not specify what they were.

After her husband Simon Monjack, 40, died five months later of similar causes, there was speculation the couple’s deaths could be linked to mold growth in their home.

However, the theory was later dismissed by the coroner’s office in 2010.

The Independent has reached out to a Spears’ representative for comment.

The circumstances of Murphy’s death were explored in last year’s HBO Max documentary What happened Brittany Murphy?

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