'UNIMAGINABLE:' Carrie Fisher Named In LEGAL CASE After Dying Of MASSIVE Heart Attack — Find Out Why

Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher at the 21st Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles

Dec. 30 2016, Updated 2:37 p.m. ET

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Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher at the 21st Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles

Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher at the 21st Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles

Carrie Fisher is not able to rest in peace, after passing away just days ago following a massive heart attack.

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The Star Wars actress, according to RadarOnline, was named in a legal case regarding the death of actress and model Amy Breliant. The 21-year-old died in Carrie’s guesthouse back in 2010 after a heroin overdose.


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Her mother, Gianna, is considering taking legal action despite Carrie’s untimely passing, after her family initially followed a complaint in 2013.

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Gianna’s attorney, Stephen G. Larson, told Radar that the mom still wants to go to court as Carrie “housed Gianna’s daughter for a period of time…This has been hanging over her for years now. We just have to reassess.”

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Prior to her death, Carrie commented on Amy’s passing, and said, “I feel great compassion for any parent’s loss of their child in an untimely death. I have a daughter. To lose a child is an unimaginable tragedy and the grief must be devastating. Unfortunately, I am not able to talk about the details of this case because it is ongoing.”

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