Rodriguez teamed up with Martin to write a book, scheduled for release in 2012 to coincide with the debut of her Lifetime movie, co-produced by Bremner, Martin and Barbara Lieberman.
Bremner's decision to feature the Zahau family on "Dr. Phil" was met with skepticism by some. One Facebook user responded to the news on Anne Bremner's public page, asking, "who is Dr. Phil to be requesting anything like this? Why is he even involved?"
Bremner responded, "He didn't. We did."
Last Friday Bremner posted a message on her Facebook page, which has since been deleted, confirming that "Dr. Phil" donated money for Zahau's body to be exhumed.
The message read, in part, "Funding for the exumation and transport came from the Rebecca Zahau fund (rebeccazahaufund.com). .... donations from the Dr Phil Show and others have helped us in this important effort."
The show neither confirms nor denies their contribution.
The autopsy results will likely be featured on "Dr. Phil" sometime this month.