Parents who want the best for their children, send them to drug pushing medical doctors. The parents knowingly allow the prescriptions, and even pay for them, trusting the medical doctor who prescribed them wholeheartedly. Have you ever done this for your children?
You have a problem and cannot completely be blamed, because of your trust of your family doctor. Please wake up to the fact that your medical doctors are really to blame, and all the fake medical research and the good looking (playmate quality) pharmaceutical rep, who lobbies the medical doctor to prescribe their meds.
Dr. Sober Companion truly believes that Brittany Murphy’s husband Simon Monjack does not understand the concept that prescription drugs kill, more than illegal drugs, when he makes the foolish statement: “In all the time I’ve known her, she has never, and I repeat NEVER, done drugs. Not a line of cocaine, not a hit from a joint, nothing. She was anti-drugs. There are no drugs involved. If any were, I would not be on the phone with you,” the agent explains. (he does not refer to any prescription's)
But if no illegal substances were involved in Brittany’s odd actions, then how can the hordes of prescription medication found in the couple’s bathroom be explained?
Brittany’s mother, Sharon Murphy, explains to the Daily Beast that her daughter was diagnosed with a rare heart condition, mitral valve prolapse, and suffered from hypoglycemia, but was only taking Sarafem for menstrual symptoms and Klonepan for anxiety. (what about the other prescription bottles found?)
While Simon and Brittany's mother Sharon are not completely to blame, they were gullable at protecting Brittany from all the prescription drugs that Brittany Murphy consumed. Being on set and protecting a petite and frail actress from mean and obnoxious studio heads and directors was not where Brittany needed the most help.
In the wake of young actress Brittany Murphy’s sudden death, her husband Simon Monjack
I was never, ever drunk there… I was ‘difficult’ because I was the enforcer to protect Brittany. She was far too nice to stand up to directors and producers who wanted her to work to exhaustion.”
Sharon Murphy reveals that Simon loved her daughter as she explains to the Daily Beast, “Simon was her soul mate, the love of her life. They don’t understand that in Hollywood because it was something real.”