Brittany Murphy’s bank account emptied – Simon Monjack spent all?

Posted by on Jul 29, 2010 | Leave a Comment

Before the death of Brittany Murphy’s husband her business manager claimed that Brittany Murphy bank account up to 80 % is emptied by her husband. The late Brittany Murphy’s husband, Simon Monjack, was shrouded in mystery and suspicion from the moment they wed in 2007 until his own death current year.

After Six months of the death of 32-year-old star’s death in December cause of pneumonia, anemia and drug intoxication, Monjack had withdrawn most of the wealth of her.

It was a tragic coincidence that 39-year-old British screenwriter Simon Monjack died May 23 in the same Hollywood home where his wife Murphy, 32, died just five months beforehand. Brittany Murphy’s husband occurred due to anemia and pneumonia in May ended this sad saga on a tragic note, likely relegating any ulterior motives he had to speculation alone.

Murphy’s former business manager claims that Monjack drained his wife’s financial accounts by 80 per cent – leaving Murphy’s sole beneficiary, her mother Sharon Murphy, to face an uncertain financial future.

He added, “There were huge amounts in pension and bank accounts, and all of that’s gone. There was money being withdrawn by Simon, hundreds of thousands.”

Jeffrey Morgenroth said, “There were huge amounts of money in (Murphy’s) pension plan and bank account, and all of that’s gone. I would see it on the statements. There was money being withdrawn by Simon, hundreds of thousands.”

But Sharon Murphy, 57, is refusing to accept any possible wrongdoing by Monjack.

Mr Morgenroth said, “I’m trying to get her to understand that the bank account has this amount … She needs guidance on how to deal with things.”

Death of spouse occurred by a same reason of pneumonia, iron deficiency and multiple drug intoxication and at the place same Hollywood home, though their deaths were spaced several months apart.

Police said, “We were reportedly investigating if household mold in the couple’s California home could have contributed to the respiratory problems that contributed to their deaths.”

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