The owner of a Coronado mansion that was the scene of two death investigations spoke out about the deaths on Monday.
In Monday's earnings report conference call, Medicis Pharmaceuticals CEO Jonah Shacknai began with a "personal note."
"At a time like this, you do a lot of introspective thinking," said Shacknai on the call. "We've obviously had an extraordinarily difficult time. We have undertaken tragedies and losses that one couldn't imagine in a lifetime."
It has been nearly a month since his 6-year-old son Max was rushed to the hospital after a fall inside the Spreckels mansion in Coronado, which Shacknai owns.
Two days later, Shacknai's girlfriend Rebecca Zahau was found dead, naked and hanging from the mansion's balcony with her hands and feet tied. Max died several days later.
San Diego County Sheriff's detectives have not yet ruled whether Zahau's death was a suicide or homicide.
Zahau's family continues to disavow the suicide theory. A tribute website to Zahau has also appeared online.
The tragedies have not impacted business for Medicis. The company, which is best known for producing a Botox competitor, announced it met earnings expectations.
Meanwhile, Shacknai admitted that the tragedies have been consuming but assured investors he will be back at work as soon as his other children head back to school in Arizona.
"I expect to be on my normal calendar in the office doing all the things I had done previously," said Shacknai.
Shacknai did not address rumors the company may soon be bought out.
As for the death investigations, 10News was told results could be announced sometime in the next few weeks.
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