A pharmacist has come forward, revealing to TMZ that although he once provided Brittany Murphy, her husband and her mother pain killer prescriptions, he cut them off just four months before Murphy’s death. At the time, Eddie Bubar, of Eddie’s Pharmacy in Los Angeles, suspected the three were filling pain killer prescriptions at multiple stores.
Bubar filled over 100 prescriptions of vicodin, hydrocodone, and klonopin for Murphy from January 2008-August 2009. The pharmacist said that the late actress apparently used various aliases, including Lola Manilow Murphy, Kathelyn Moore, Trevor Williams, and Faith Gosselin.
When Bubar suspected something was off, he stopped filling the prescriptions, saying, “We thought there was going to be an accident there.”
Murphy, 32, collapsed in her home on December 20 from pneumonia, anemia, lack of medical care and drug intoxication, the coroner said. Her death was ruled an accident by investigators just last month.