Details surrounding a major burglary case just got a lot more interesting… and not in a positive way.
A man named Ricardo Orozco is on trial at the moment for allegedly breaking into actress Christina Fulton’s home and stealing a bunch of things, included photos of a naked Nicolas Cage, actor and father of Fulton’s child, according to TMZ.
Apparently, one of the items stolen from Fulton’s home was a sex tape featuring Charlie Sheen, according to a detective who testified Thursday.
Here is where things take an eery turn… Orozco recently met with Sheen and others linked to the actor telling them he had a sex tape and wanted to sell it. Darwin Vela, an important witness in the burglary case, came along with Orozco for the talk. Vela was supposed to produce the tape but never got around to it.
Vela was set to testify in a hearing for the case Friday but didn’t show up… because he has been missing since Tuesday. He took his dog for a walk that day, and the dog came home without him.
Something bad must have happened because the dog was found shaking in fear with human blood on its leash. No one knows where Vela is.
Actress Brittany Murphy, who passed away back in 2009, is being talked about all over the news media this week after recent evidence came out suggesting that her death may not have been “accidental,” a determination officials made shortly after her passing.
The previous conclusion of Murphy’s death was that it was linked to drug use, pneumonia and iron deficiency anemia, but now… some believe she may have been poisoned.
One of those people is Murphy’s father, Angelo Bertolotti, who sued the Los Angeles Coroner’s Office and the LAPD to get more toxicology reports after being unsatisfied with the ones released. Bertolotti’s lawsuit was dismissed, but the father continued his efforts and had the Carlson Company test samples of Murphy’s hair, blood and tissues.
Test results came back showing that at least ten heavy metals were way above the World Health Organization’s “high” level, causing Bertolotti more suspicion. Here is what he e-mailed to the Huffington Post:
“Since the autopsy narrative recorded a number of symptoms synonymous with poisoning, I requested testing for heavy metals/toxins. My suspicions were confirmed. Ten heavy metals were found in abnormally high quantities (as much as 9 times over the ‘high’ limit designated by the World Health Organization). These types of heavy metals/toxic elements are commonly found in rat poison, pesticides, insecticides, etc. Since neither Brittany nor Simon would have willingly consumed any such substances, the lab concluded that they may have been introduced by a third party with criminal intent.”
Also suspicious to many is the fact that Murphy’s husband, Simon Monjack, died just five months after his wife from the same “natural causes.” Both individuals were fairly young and in good health before suffering from similar symptoms that one would get due to poisoning.
There definitely seems to be more to this story, but we will refrain from speculating at the moment. Bertolotti is now demanding a full investigation into Murphy’s death.