Monday, August 4, 2008

Officials Question Mary Kate Olsen About Heath Ledger's Death

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As everyone knows by now, MK played some part in the tragic and untimely demise of Heath Ledger. But how great a role did she play exactly? That what investigators are allegedly trying to get to the bottom of. New York police concluded their investigation into Ledger's death without even interviewing MK, even though, as the Post repeatedly pointed out, she was told of Ledger's death before emergency responders and even though her bodyguards may have arrived at his apartment just before paramedics, who Olsen did not bother to call. Today the Post reports that federal drug agents are pressing Olsen hard to cooperate in their investigation into how Ledger obtained OxyContin without a prescription — and into what happened to the bottle. According to sources, all of the drugs in Ledger's body and discovered nearby in prescription bottles were legally obtained from two physicians - with the exception of the OxyContin. Investigators "are trying to ID the source of the OxyContin," a source said. "Did it come from a dealer, from a friend? If he had a bottle from a friend, was it taken by someone else before police responded? That is what is trying to be determined." But Olsen, the tabloid claims, is refusing to talk until she gets immunity from prosecution. This whole debacle leads one to wonder where the missing bottle went. Did her bodyguards take it? Even more saddening is the question that remains: If MK or her staff had called paramedics early, would Heath still be alive today?
Gawker

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