Drugs Found In Brittany Murphy's Bedroom
As many as 10 prescription drugs were found in late actress Brittany Murphy's bedroom.
It is reported that empty bottles of pills to treat depression and anxiety were found on her bedside table.
Murphy died Sunday of a heart attack in her Los Angeles. She was reportedly taking prescription drugs for "flu-like" symptoms.
A coroner's office official revealed that pills in the stash were for pain relief, diabetes, anti-seizure, preventing heart attacks, and to treat bi-polar disorder.
Simon Monjack, who wed Brittany in 2007, said the star suffered from mitral valve prolapse, a heart murmur that can cause tiredness, dizziness and irregular heartbeats.
But he said that it was not life-threatening and did not need medication. A post mortem was done by the LA County Coroner Monday, but toxicology reports will be revealed after six weeks.