National Enquirer Whitney Casket
March 4, 2012 by staff
National Enquirer Whitney Casket, Okay, let’s cut the crap. We all know that there is a 99.99% chance that Bobby Brown’s sister Tina Brown — Whitney’s former sister-in-law — leaked that photo of Whitney Houston laying in her casket to the National Enquirer.
Why? Because she has an interview with the tabloid inside that very same issue! (Smooth move, criminal.)
The interview, featuring the headline “I did crack with Whitney!” features the usual quotes about Whitney’s former drug use, along with an admission that Tina took part as well: “Hey, I was using and she was paying. It was free.”
The exclusive “story” also includes this:
“A drug dealer had called Bobby and said, ‘Come get your wife. I’m sick of this b**ch. She’s in here peeping out the windows and doing all kinds of s–t in the house.’”
Tina learned Whitney had been in the drug den for days giving orders to dealers and drug buyers, telling some to leave, telling others where to sit, seeing demons, thinking she was under surveillance. It became too much for the dealer. “Bobby and security had to go get her,” said Tina.
If Tina Brown did leak the photo, it wouldn’t be the first time she has outed her sister-in-law.
In 2006, she leaked a series of private photos of Whitney Houston’s bathroom (allegedly) that were sent to UK tabloid The Sun, which supposedly showed that Houston had been cooking what is known as “freebase cocaine,” or in more common terms, “crack cocaine,” in her bathroom.
When later asked about her rumored crack use, Houston told Dianne Sawyer in a now-famous interview, “Crack is cheap. I make too much money to ever smoke crack. Let’s get that straight. Okay? We don’t do crack. We don’t do that. Crack is whack.”
Tina Brown was reportedly paid around $500,000 by the National Enquirer for the rights to Whitney’s casket photo, and she probably received another hefty check for the interview.
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