In the end, community-acquired acute bronchopneumonia is listed as the cause that took Monjack's life, a rapidly-onset inflammation of the lungs typically caused by a bacterial infection. Murphy's primary cause of death was also community-aquired pneumonia.
Cardiomegaly with focal myocardial fibrosis is listed as another condition on Monjack's autopsy report, which, simply put, is an abnormal thickening of the heart walls and valves.
The manner of death was determined to be natural, and while blood toxicology tests revealed that multiple medications were present in Monjack's system, according to the report, "all these drugs were detected at therapeutic or sub-therapeutic levels and most likely did not contribute to death."
—Reporting by Whitney English
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