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Brittany Murphy Autopsy Report results, cause of death still unknown

Brittany Murphy’s autopsy report results are in but the cause of death is still unknown.  The Coroner ruled that Brittany died from ‘natural causes’, but to many, this term can be misleading.  Natural causes refers to foul play or criminal activity, by stating that she died of natural causes, we understand that Brittany did not die from a gunshot wound, or visible trauma to the body.  That doens’t mean, however, that a drug overdose may not be involved.

Elvis Presley died from natural causes but it was determined that he had a vast drug cocktail that contributed to his cardiac arrest.  The remainder of testing will be for the purpose of determining the cause of death and finding out why Brittany Murphy suffered a cardiac arrest at 32 years old.

There are many factors that may have contributed to the cardiac arrest.  It will take approximately 4-6 weeks before testing is complete and the cause of death will be confirmed.

Brittany Murphy Dies

Brittany Murphy died early this morning after she went into full cardiac arrest and could not be revived, multiple sources tell TMZ.

She was 32.

A 911 call was made at 8:00 AM from a home in Los Angeles that is listed as belonging to her husband, Simon Monjack, the Los Angeles City Fire Department tells TMZ.

We're told Murphy was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where she was pronounced dead on arrival. Her time of death was listed as 10:04 AM.

Murphy starred in such films as "Clueless," "8 Mile," and "Don't Say a Word." Murphy was reportedly fired from last film, "The Caller," after reports she was problematic on set.

UPDATE 3:11 PM ET -- Sources tell TMZ Brittany Murphy's mom discovered her unconscious in the shower. We're told when paramedics arrived, they quickly determined Murphy was in full cardiac arrest and immediately administered CPR. They continued CPR in route to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center -- several miles away -- and Murphy was unresponsive. She was pronounced dead at the hospital.

We're told the LA County Coroner's is picking up Murphy's body from Cedars later today and will launch a death investigation.

UPDATE 4:00 PM ET -- We're also told the LAPD has launched a death investigation.

UPDATE 4:07 PM ET -- A rep for Murphy tells TMZ, "In this time of sadness, the family thanks you for your love and support. It is their wish that you respect their privacy."

UPDATE 5:21 PM ET -- Two LAPD officers were just spotted going into Murphy's home.

UPDATE 5:34 PM ET -- A neighbor of Brittany's tells TMZ she saw Brittany getting taken out on a stretcher with paramedics performing CPR. The neighbor said Brittany "looked dead."

UPDATE 10:00 PM ET -- Through Brittany's rep, the family released a statement: "The sudden loss of our beloved Brittany is a terrible tragedy. She was our daughter, our wife, our love and a shining star. We ask you to respect our privacy at this time."

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Giants embarrass Redskins, 45-12

During his introductory news conference last week, new Washington Redskins General Manager Bruce Allen talked about the organization's rich history, which his father, George, contributed to during his Hall of Fame coaching career.
The elder Allen's philosophy of "the future is now" still applies, the son said, and the plan is for the struggling Redskins to return to prominence sooner rather than later. After watching the team in person for the first time since being hired, however, who could blame Allen if he revised his timetable?
The New York Giants overwhelmed their NFC East rivals from the outset Monday night in what was easily the Redskins' worst performance under Coach Jim Zorn -- and among the worst in their recent history -- while sprinting to a 45-12 victory at FedEx Field.
"We didn't show up," fullback Mike Sellers said.
On a chilly night in their next-to-last game at FedEx this season, the Redskins (4-10) were booed off the field at halftime after a bizarre sequence in which Zorn twice in the final two seconds of the half approved a gadget play with the Redskins at the Giants 20-yard line. To say the least, the play did not work, and punter Hunter Smith was hit hard, threw an interception and the half ended on the return.
Many in an announced crowd of 78,359 voiced their displeasure in booing as the team disappeared into the tunnel trailing 24-0. New York (8-6) thoroughly outplayed Washington in every facet of football en route to building the big cushion during its fourth consecutive victory in the series and eighth in the last nine meetings. With the win, the Giants, who endured a long slide after a 5-0 start this season, kept alive their playoff hopes with two games remaining in the regular season.
Early in the fourth quarter, there was an on-field altercation involving DeAngelo Hall, Albert Haynesworth and Giants running back Brandon Jacobs. Haynesworth, who was assessed a personal foul, and Jacobs threw punches and the NFL is expected to take disciplinary action.
New York quarterback Eli Manning was impressive in leading five touchdown drives of at least 50 yards. Manning completed 19 of 26 passes (73 percent) for 268 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. Manning had an eye-opening quarterback rating of 144.4 and was removed form the game with about nine minutes to play.
His Redskins counterpart did not fare as well. Jason Campbell, widely credited as being the key to the team's recent improvement on offense, struggled against the Giants' fierce pass rush. Playing with an injured shoulder, Campbell completed 15 of 28 passes for 192 yards. He threw a touchdown pass but also had two interceptions, including one that was returned for a touchdown. Campbell was sacked three times.
With almost 13 minutes left in the fourth, it appeared there were many more Giants fans in the stadium than Redskins supporters. Chants of "Let's Go Giants" rang out as Redskins fans continued to move quickly toward the exits. Only one other time since 2001 had the Redskins allowed as many as 45 points -- a 52-7 loss at New England on Oct. 28, 2007. The Redskins gave up the most points on their home field since Sept. 30, 2001, in a 45-13 loss to Kansas City.
How poorly did the Redskins play in the game's first 30 minutes? Consider:
-- At one point in the second quarter, the Giants had 226 total net yards and the Redskins minus-2;
-- With the score 24-0 in the second, the Redskins had no first downs;
-- The Redskins did not gain a first down until there was only 3 minutes 33 seconds left in the second on Campbell's 16-yard scramble;
-- Of the Redskins' 78 yards of offense before halftime, 45 came on their final drive.
In addition, the Redskins' ineffective, patchwork offensive line, which had performed better recently after the coaching staff pared down the offense to compensate for the group's deficiencies, again was awful in pass protection. The Giants pummeled Campbell, knocking him from the game late in the second quarter.
As he did often Monday night, Pro Bowl defensive end Osi Umenyiora beat left tackle Levi Jones, chased Campbell from the pocket and fell on his back. The team announced Campbell suffered a shoulder strain. Todd Collins replaced Campbell and briefly provided a spark on offense.
Collins teamed with Santana Moss on a 46-yard reception to the Giants 26-yard line. The Redskins eventually reached the 20 and called a timeout when the game clock wound down to two seconds.
Instead of attempting a field goal from about 37 yards, the Redskins went into a strange formation with most of the players split out wide left and only Todd Yoder, who snapped the ball, in to protect Smith. The Giants called a timeout, which presumably should have prompted Zorn to realize what a bad idea it would be to call that play again. Obviously, Zorn believed otherwise, and the Redskins tried it again.
If it worked as designed, Yoder would have looped around to the right side uncovered for a long gain. Of course, it did not work as designed. With Yoder not a viable option because of the defense the Giants called and Smith under pressure, he threw to the left and the ball was intercepted.
Despite playing with a sore shoulder, Campbell returned to the game to start the second half. In the first possession out of the locker rooms, Campbell led the Redskins on an eight-play, 86-yard drive that ended on his 11-yard touchdown pass to Fred Davis, which stirred mock applause from frustrated fans. The touchdown reception was the fifth in the last four games for the emerging second-year tight end. Fittingly, though, the point-after attempt was blocked.
New York dominated the first quarter and had the ball for all but 1:26. In the first 15 minutes, the Giants' offense produced 139 total net yards. The Redskins' had minus-3 yards. Ahmad Bradshaw's second short touchdown run in as many possessions in the game helped the Giants extend their lead to 14-0 early in the second.
The Giants were sharp to open the game. Bradshaw's three-yard touchdown run capped a 16-play, 80-yard drive that consumed 9:13 on the game clock.

By Jason Reid
Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Campbell hurt as Redskins trail 24-0 at halftime

There was no more fitting a way for the Redskins to end an extremely ugly half of football than with perhaps the ugliest play of all: an interception on a less-than-impressive fake field goal attempt in which punter Hunter Smith was crushed as he threw into a crowd of Giants defenders.
The first quarter was bad for the Redskins and it did not get any better in the second, as Washington's offense continued to struggle while the defense did little to stop the Giants.
It didn't take long in the second quarter for the Giants to extend the lead, as they needed just two plays, both Ahmad Bradshaw runs, to extend the lead to 14-0 on the running back's four-yard touchdown run, his second score of the game.

Washington again failed to move the ball on just its second drive of the game. The first play of the drive, a pass to Devin Thomas, was wiped out for illegal motion and the Redskins managed just seven yards after that and punted again.
New York took over on its own 47 and again swiftly moved down the field, appearing ready to extend the lead with a third touchdown on its third drive before stalling. Eli Manning threw an incompletion that was nearly intercepted by Fred Smoot, and Redskins defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth entered the game and immediately made an impact.

The All-Pro stuffed a Brandon Jacobs run, and then sacked Manning for a 10-yard loss on the next play to force the Giants to settle for a 38-yard Lawrence Tynes field goal and a 17-0 lead.
The Redskins again managed to move only backwards on their next drive, with Jason Campbell getting crushed on a Jonathan Goff sack for a loss of six yards and then missing Devin Thomas down the right sideline on third and 15 for another punt.
New York, however, again had no problems moving the ball. This time it took just four plays and 2 minutes and 5 seconds for the Giants to find the end zone, with the key play a 45-yard pass to Hakeem Nicks followed by a six-yard touchdown pass to Steve Smith that extended the lead to 24-0 before Washington had even picked up a first down.

The Redskins showed little life (yet again) on their next drive, though they finally picked up a first down on Campbell's 16-yard scramble on third and 12. That would be the only major positive play, however, as an intentional grounding would kill that drive and force yet another punt.
The Redskins defense finally forced a three and out and the Giants punted for the first time all game with 1 minute, 10 second left in the first half.

Taking over at its own 35-yard line, the Redskins lost Campbell on the first play of the drive when he was sacked yet again and left with a sprained shoulder. Back-up Todd Collins entered and threw incomplete on his first attempt before finding Santana Moss for a 47-yard gain down the right sideline.
Two consecutive incompletions and a delay of game penalty killed the drive and the fake field goal attempt was ineffective, as Smith threw into a group of Giants defenders and was intercepted by Bruce Johnson to end the half with the Redskins trailing 24-0.

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Tiger Woods Updates: He's a Sex Addict! Text Messages, Erotic Dreams and More!

There are almost too many Tiger Woods updates to share each day. This week, we've had the breaking news of his text messages to Jaimee Grubbs. Those are VERY detailed and leave no doubt in your mind that there was ever an affair between the two. We also have a more complete list of Tiger Woods women forming. It seems that the list keeps growing with no end in site. Of course, they may not all be true but I'd be willing to bet at least half of them are. There's now rumors that Woods hired an escort service to supply sex.I'm going to go out on a limb for a minute and say that Tiger Woods has a problem. I'm going to say he has a sex addiction. And I know, ALL men have sex addictions, but some have worse addictions than others and that would be our guy Tiger. Here's the facts that led me to this conclusion:
  • Affairs in the double digits - Check!
  • Sex with porn stars - Check!
  • Hired escorts - Check!
  • Graphic, raunchy sex described in text messages- Check!
I could go on, but I think my final piece of concluding evidence is the dream he shared with Rachel Uchitel (that's mistress #1 for those keeping track). Here's what Woods said about his dream:
"I had a dream we were married and I was leading the tournament. I came home, excited to see you, and there you were in the bedroom getting f--ked by Derek [Jeter] and David [Boreanaz]. Some part of me thinks you would like that. Now I can't get back to sleep," he reportedly wrote. "My body is tired, but my mind is awake. Need an Ambien."
Ambien is the drug they reportedly used while having sex. Either way, to me I think there is sufficient evidence to say that this man definitely has a sex addiction and while feeding his addiction he's put his wife, family and even himself at risk. Someone, get this man some therapy!


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