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Ruffalo Bro Was Killed: Coroner

Death ruled a homicide, not a suicide, as initial suspect claimed

(Newser) - Actor Mark Ruffalo’s brother Scott was the victim of a homicide, the LA County coroner said yesterday, quashing the notion that the 39-year-old shot himself in the head, E! Online reports. The initial suspect in the case, Shaha Mishaal Adham, alleged that Ruffalo was playing Russian roulette. She was... More »

Cops Doubt Ruffalo Russian Roulette Claim

Witness' story doesn't match evidence in actor's brother's death

(Newser) - Reports that a game of Russian roulette led to the death of actor Mark Ruffalo's brother don't match the evidence in the case, TMZ reports. Scott Ruffalo was shot in the back of the head, and police say they responded to a reported assault, not a suicide or accidental death.... More »

Ruffalo 'Played Russian Roulette'

Ruffalo often 'played' with firearms on drugs, says suspect's attorney

(Newser) - A Saudi billionaire's daughter, accused of killing actor Mark Ruffalo's younger brother, has told police he shot himself in the head during a drug-fueled game of Russian roulette, reports the New York Daily News. Shaha Adham, 26, surrendered to Beverly Hills police Monday, the day Scott Ruffalo was taken off... More »

Ruffalo's Brother Dies

Suspect has turned herself in

(Newser) - Mark Ruffalo’s brother Scott died last night after being shot in the head last week, TMZ reports. Suspect Shaha Mishaal Adham turned herself in yesterday after police issued a warrant for her arrest. A second “person of interest” in the case, Brian Scofield, accompanied her and was also... More »

Ruffalo Suspect, Friend Nabbed

(Newser) - The prime suspect in the shooting of Mark Ruffalo's brother turned herself in to Beverly Hills police today, hours after a warrant was issued for her arrest, TMZ reports. Shaha Mishaal Adham showed up with a "person of interest" in the case, Brian Scofield, who police arrested for... More »

Cops Seek Pair in Ruffalo Shooting

Relationship to victim is not disclosed

(Newser) - Police have released the names of two “persons of interest” in the shooting of Mark Ruffalo’s brother, AP reports. Beverly Hills cops are now treating the case as an attempted murder but haven't speculated about a motive. They're looking for Brian Scofield and Shaha Mishaal Adham, two LA ... More »

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