Brittany Murphy's half-brother has not watched the HBO documentary that dropped earlier this year about his sister's life.
The Clueless star passed away in 2009 at 32 years old. Her death was reported as pneumonia, though anaemia and drug intoxication reportedly played a role in her death too. No illegal drugs were found in her system, but there has been a lot of speculation about her untimely passing.
The two-part What Happened, Brittany Murphy? documentary began streaming in October.
The Uptown Girls alum's half-brother, Tony Bertolotti, claimed the documentary makers did not call him. "I haven’t watched it, it can't tell me anything. What the hell is it gonna tell me?" he asked The Sun. "It'll probably just aggravate me more."
"Everything that comes out p****s me off because nobody is close to what I think is going on. There's a bunch of people that believe Brittany’s death is fishy. To me, it stinks," Tony candidly admitted, per the outlet.
Tony alleged there are people who know more about his sister's final moments that are not speaking up. "Nobody has said anything because they know what happened and they're not going to say a thing," he told the publication. "My father Angelo and I went on a hunt to see if we could get somebody to say something. Forget about it."
During the documentary, Brittany's mother-in-law, Linda Monjack, recalled the actress "couldn't walk up the stairs," the last time she saw her, it was reported. Brittany is said to have told her mother-in-law she was struggling to breathe and would be breathless when she reached the top of the stairs.
Linda said Brittany asked her if she thought she was dying. "Of course you're not dying, but you need to go to the doctor," Linda reportedly told her daughter-in-law.
The Girl, Interrupted star's husband, Simon Monjack, passed away months after his wife died of pneumonia and anaemia.
What Happened, Brittany Murphy? director Cynthia Hill alleged to People that Simon was "a disturbed individual who was used to conning people and Brittany was one of his last victims."
"There was a pattern of behavior that became very obvious the more research that we did," she told the publication.
Makeup artist Trista Jordan, who appeared in the documentary, said Brittany's "eyes were so sunken, and she just seemed so sad," in her last days. "She had Bambi legs and couldn't stand up," Trista reportedly shared.