What does the original image look like? It seems you are keying an almost pure white color, was your screen white or just with very low saturation?
Brown on the right is probably despilled screen. It would be easier to fix the matte than trying to key that part as “brown screen”. As KnightsFan suggested, make different mattes if necessary and combine them to produce final matte.
Multiplying them all together isn’t probably the thing to do as multiplying gives you the intersection matte (smallest shared part as black in any matte turns result black). Better multiply each separate key with its own garbage matte and join them in the end with MAXIMUM.
To fill holes in the matte you can make a core matte: expand and erode the matte to produce a slightly smaller solid matte and MAX it with original. This fills the original matte’s “core” but keeps edges intact. Just make sure you don’t make core matte so smooth that it overflows the original edge in concave corners.
Also, it is usually easier to manage if you treat the despill and matte separately and join them in the end with Set Alpha as previous post suggested.