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'The Enquirer' Has Totally Credible Information About Natalie Wood's Death

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Critically acclaimed news source The Enquirer reports today that they've obtained new information about what might have happened the night that Natalie Wood died. See if you can follow along here: reporters at The Enquirer spoke to a source who claims to have been living with a woman who spoke to Christopher Walken just after Wood's death was confirmed. That source, Robin Butillo, says that Walken told her roommate that there was a "sex secret" involved in the actress' demise:

“Only hours after her death was confirmed, Chris called...and what he revealed shocked the both of us! “In the phone call, it was clear that Chris was devastated by the tragedy. He was upset and confessed that a ‘sex secret’ had occurred, leading up to Natalie’s death.”

Butillo added: “While it’s clear Chris had no involvement in Natalie’s actual death, he clearly felt the need to unload his sorrow on his friend.”

Scandale! The tabloid goes on to note that while they know what Walken said to the roommate, they're not going to tell it:
The ENQUIRER is withholding the specific details of what Butillo claims Walken al­legedly told her roommate about the “sex secret.”

Because that's what news sources do. Withhold news.

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Anyway, it's unclear whether this revelation will change the now re-opened investigation into Wood's death, but with such a credible claim, it will no doubt be hard to ignore.