She must know something if she refuses to talk to the feds unless she gets immunity first:
Federal investigators want to question Mary-Kate Olsen about how Heath Ledger got two powerful painkillers that contributed to his accidental overdose death, but she's refusing to talk without immunity, a law enforcement official said Monday.It's just very weird that Mary-Kate and Ledger's masseuse talked three times on the phone BEFORE the cops were called. It's possible that if an ambulance had been called right away, Ledger might have been saved. Also, why did she have her "personal security guards" go to the apartment before the police were called? Then too considering how popular an actor Ledger was and all the buzz he's currently getting from his last performance co-starring in the "Dark Knight", the liberal press seems to have long moved past how and WHY he died. Could it be that the press doesn't want to be held accountable for a lifestyle of sex, drugs and debauchery that it exploits on a daily basis, especially when it comes to teenagers and young adults? Or could it be that they want to spoil the image of a young, white, female billionaire who judging from her own history could have a history of using drugs herself? Bottom line Mary-Kate Olsen needs to talk to the feds about what she knows.
Olsen's lawyer has twice refused requests for her to speak with investigators, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation was ongoing. The lawyer, Michael C. Miller, said the "Full House" actress has nothing to do with the drugs, and has already told the government everything she knows.
"We have provided the government with relevant information including facts in the chronology of events surrounding Mr. Ledger's death," Miller said in a statement Monday, "and the fact that Ms. Olsen does not know the source of the drugs Mr. Ledger consumed."
The official confirmed a report that Olsen wants a promise of immunity from prosecution before speaking to the Drug Enforcement Administration. Olsen was a close friend of Ledger's, and was the first person called by a masseuse who found the 28-year-old "Dark Knight" actor's lifeless body in his Manhattan apartment.