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was just 32 years old when she suddenly died in the Los Angeles home she shared with husband Simon Monjack.
Since then, people have, ignoring the coroner's report which explicitly stated her death despite the coroner's report, which explicitly stated that her death was accidental, caused by pneumonia, anemia and multiple drug intoxication. Conspiracy theorists accuse Simon of isolating his wife from the world, while others point their finger at the toxic mold that allegedly infested their home on Rising Glen Road in Los Angeles.
'90 Day Fiancé': Brittany Claps Back at Cast Members and Reveals Real Reason She Was a No Show at the Tell-All
Brittany explains why she didn't show up to the '90 Day: The Single Life' tell-all that aired in May.Brittany's 90 Day: The Single Life journey followed her dating life following her split from her ex-fiancé, Yazan. She dated two men, Terence and Justin, and Terence made an appearance at the tell-all. Terence said he and Brittany were in a cycle of her blowing him off and picking fights with him, then calling him to reconnect. He also said that she had other "situations" going on and that they never actually dated exclusively.
Now, 12 years later, documentarian Cynthia Hill explores those theories inThe two-part documentary is described as "an intimate, in-depth character portrait of actress Brittany Murphy, going beyond the headlines to explore the mysterious circumstances surrounding her tragic death at 32 years old."
The first trailer features interviews with those who were close to the Clueless star, including Hocus Pocus actress Kathy Najimy.
Kathy was seemingly a good friend to Brittany and offers her perspective of the actress' plight, recalling the conversations they shared before her death. And it's evident that Najimy does not think highly of Simon, saying in the trailer that when Brittany met him "her judgment was muddled and she became prey."
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The multiple Emmy winner is streaming now.Written by the Emmy-winning team of Paul W. Downs, Lucia Aniello and Jen Statsky and starring Emmy winner Jean Smart, Carl Clemons-Hopkins, Christopher McDonald, Mark Indelicato, Poppy Liu, Johnny Sibilly, Meg Stalter, Rose Abdoo and Kaitlin Olson, Hacks examines the relationship between a legendary Las Vegas comic and a younger comedy writer who soon becomes her mentee.
She continues, "We all became scared and freaked out. Like, who was this guy?"
The director previously said that this documentary is more of an homage to Brittany than it is an investigative series. "I agreed to do this film because I think it's a shame that Brittany's promising life and career has been eclipsed by the circumstances of her death," she said. "I think it's important to celebrate Brittany's talent as we struggle to explain the tragic circumstances of her and Simon's deaths."
It's unclear whether Brittany's mother, Sharon Murphy, gave the documentarian her blessing, but publicist Roger Neal previously said that she "" after her daughter's death. As he put it, "Her whole world fell apart."
Fans will be able to learn more about the life and death of Brittany when the documentary premieres on HBO Max on Oct. 14.Behind the scenes drama? What do I watch next? Click here to get all the TV scoop straight in your inbox.
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HBO Max has changed the description of its “Generation Hustle” documentary series, which features an episode dedicated to the embattled founder of WeWork, to remove any reference to so-called “true-crime capers.” The post HBO Max Removes ‘True-Crime’ from Description of ‘Generation Hustle’ Series After WeWork Founder’s Lawyer Gets Involved first appeared on Law & Crime.HBO Max has changed the description of its “Generation Hustle” documentary series, which features an episode dedicated to the embattled founder of WeWork, to remove any reference to so-called “true-crime capers.