While the sudden death of actress Brittany Murphy was a shock to all, new reports have surfaced revealing that the Clueless star used her own name and an alias to get prescriptions for 32 different drugs in a span of six years.
According to TMZ, Brittany used the name Lola Manilo Murphy along with her own at times to fill prescriptions at a pharmacy in L.A. between 2003 and 2009.
The 32-year-old was even cut off from Eddie’s Pharmacy before her death, a different store than the one she received 32 medications from.
And while speculation arose that Brittany may have passed due to excess amounts of Vicodin, a pain killer, TMZ reports that she had five refills of Biaxin, a drug to treat pneumonia, an illness which the coroner claims caused her death.
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Among the other medications that Brittany and her alias had filled included Inderal and Propanolo for high blood pressure, a chlordiazepoxide and promethazine sedative, asthma and allergy prescriptions, and even a drug similar to Prozac called Sarafem.
Brittany, who was married to Simon Monjack, was found dead in her home on December 20, 2009.