The Chicago Suntimes is reporting that Whitney Houston’s mother, Cissy has confronted the person who snapped the photo of Whitney in her final resting place. A Houston family insider says that Cissy, “had a come-to-Jesus moment” with the guilty culprit and demanded the alleged six-figure fee for the photo be donated to charity.
As she should! Whoever was selfishly evil enough to take a photo of the late Whitney Houston with the intention of selling it to a gossip nap like the Enquirer deserves far more punishment than having to donate their profit. If this wasn’t a family member, then it certainly was a funeral home worker because whoever it was had exclusive access to the funeral home where Whitney’s body lay resting for five days.
The National Enquirer also managed to get their grubby little paws on photos of the Beverly Hills hotel room in which Whitney died, publishing photos of a food tray of Houston’s and the bathroom she was found in. I’d hate to be the one trying to point the finger at Whitney’s grieving family, but Patricia Houston (Whitney’s sister-in-law and right hand woman) was someone with exclusive access to Whitney’s room and she did say in her exclusive interview with Oprah, that she was upset with the person that published the photo and didn’t mention being upset with the person who took them or sold them. Interesting, no?
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