NOTE FROM Ann Blake-Tracy:
32 year old with this combination of drugs? This is far too similar
a combination of prescriptions that young healthy soldiers are returning
home on and dying in their sleep.
TMZ reported were Topamax, anti-seizure medication, Klonopin and Ativan for
anxiety and the pain relievers Klonopin, Ativan, Vicoprofen,
Hydrocodone. Also, depression medication Fluoxetine [PROZAC ] and
hypertension medication Propranolol.”
Brittany Murphy’s autopsy report is on LOCKDOWN! The
list of prescription drugs that were found in the house were leaked to TMZ and
made public. Included in the drug list that TMZ reported were Topamax,
anti-seizure medication, Klonopin and Ativan for anxiety and the pain relievers
Klonopin, Ativan, Vicoprofen, Hydrocodone. Also,
depression medication Fluoxetine and hypertension medication
TMZ received notes laying out the timeline of
Brittany’s death on Sunday morning. The information was apparently
confidential and was not authorized for the media to publish. The
investigators don’t know where the information came from or how TMZ got a hold
of the information.
TMZ would not say where the information was
The investigators are not confirming that the prescription drug
list that was leaked is the same as to what they found at the house. The
investigators are now searching for whoever leaked the
Toxicology tests may take 4-8 weeks to confirm exact cause
of death. For now, Brittany has died from “natural” causes meaning there
is not visual trauma to her body leading to her death.
2 thoughts on “PROZAC & 6 other drugs: Toxicology of Brittany Murphy, Actress: California”
I am a 40 year old female that has been on antidepressants for 20 years. I am also on benzodiazipines and pain meds. I have a history of clinical depression and anxiety attacks. I don’t really know where to start. Can you help me?
Please do a search on this site for Leslie Judd. She wrote her story about being on these drugs for 10 years and I think you will find it very helpful in knowing where to begin. You should also find Merrill Osmond’s story next to her story. He was on these medications for 20 years and has been off now for about a decade now and is doing well.