Mary-Kate Olsen Asked For Immunity in Heath Ledger’s Case
Back in January 22nd this year, Australian actor Heath Ledger was found dead on his apartment at about 2:45 PM. Days later, it was concluded that he died because of acute intoxication, resulted from lots of medications he took before the incident.
Several famous names were connected to the death, including one of the Olsen twins, Mary-Kate Olsen who was rumored romantically close to the “The Dark Knight” actor at that time.
Federal investigators conducted interviews, including one of Ledger’s ex-girlfriend, actress Michelle Williams. An insider said, the only person left to interview is Olsen.
Continuing the case, last Monday, Mary-Kate Olsen was reported asked for immunity from prosecution before she will cooperate with a federal investigation into Ledger’s death case. A law enforcement source said, investigators could subpoena the 22-year-old actress but hope to work this out.
Following her immunity request, Mary-Kate’s attorney, Michael C. Miller said on a statement, “Mary-Kate doesn’t know where Heath Ledger got the drugs that killed him, and has already provided investigators with “relevant information”. Despite tabloid speculation, Mary-Kate Olsen had nothing whatsoever to do with the drugs found in Heath Ledger’s home or his body, and she does not know where he obtained them,”
Miller continued, “Regarding the government’s investigation, at Ms. Olsen’s request, we have provided the government with relevant information including facts in the chronology of events surrounding Mr. Ledger’s death and the fact that Ms. Olsen does not know the source of the drugs Mr. Ledger consumed. We don’t know the source of the information being quoted in the media regarding the government’s inquiry, but these descriptions are incomplete and inaccurate”.
It’s pretty serious, eh? Hmm… let’s just wait and see for the progress. Rest in Peace, Joker…
[ via People ]
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