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Whitney's Aide Removed Drugs From Her Suite???

According to various media reports, the Beverly Hills Police Department is continuing to investigate the death of pop superstar, Whitney Houston, as they think that someone may have tampered with her room before they arrived. According to the Daily Mail UK, aide to the stars, Raffles van Exel may have given himself up as the culprit in an interview with The Dutch Telegraph newspaper days after Whitney's death. Following is what the Daily Mail has reported:

An aide to Whitney Houston has confessed to clearing her room before police arrived following her death.
Self-described entertainment consultant Raffles Van Exel admitted he carried out the action to Dutch Telegraph newspaper, saying 'Someone had to do it.'
However he stopped short of saying exactly what he removed from the suite, an important omission following claims cocaine had been removed from the scene.
Celebuzz revealed he made the confession in an interview with the respected Netherlands newspaper just four days following her death, where he also said: 'The room had to be emptied.'
On his Twitter page van Exel touts himself as a European actor, music consultant and producer, and that he is a 'highly respected entertainment consultant having guided some of the world greatest.'
He was also friendly with pop prince Michael Jackson before his untimely passing in 2009.
The Mail contacted him for further comment, but has yet to receive a response.

It had previously been claimed Whitney Houston's drug dealer had eliminated all traces of cocaine from the singer's room after finding her drowned in the bath.

The Coroner's Office say Whitney used cocaine 'not probably too much before she collapsed.'
However no traces of any illegal drugs were found in her hotel room when investigators conducted their search, it's also being claimed that bed sheets were missing.
It is being claimed by TMZ that Beverly


They add that: 'One source who is extremely close to the situation tells us, the individual who removed the cocaine was also the person who supplied it to Whitney.'
Meanwhile Houston's on-off boyfriend has vehemently refuted claims made by Bobby Brown's sister that he enabled the late Whitney Houston's use of the drug.
A spokesperson for Ray J slammed the allegations made by Leolah Brown on HLN's Dr. Drew show that the 31-year-old may have provided the late star with the drugs that contributed to her tragic February 11 death, saying her interview was 'rife with false statements.'
And according to TMZ, singer Brandy's younger brother

Ray J's publicist, Courtney Barnes told E! News: 'Though Leolah Brown was nowhere near the Beverly Hilton hotel on the day Whitney Houston died, [HLN's parent company] CNN proceeded to broadcast an interview with Ms. Brown in which she falsely claimed that Ray J was at the hotel and contributed to Whitney Houston's death.

She continued: 'Even the most minimal inquiry with anyone actually in contact with Whitney would reveal that Leolah Brown had been out of contact with Whitney for more than a year and was nowhere near the scene on the day of her death.

Leolah told Dr. Drew Pinksy that she witnessed Ray, real name William Ray Norwood Junior, leaving the singer's Beverly Hilton hotel room 'hiding his head on the day she died.
'Why is he hiding his face? He's always trying to show his face when he's with Whitney. Why now? Why you trying to hide, Ray J?' she asked.

But he was in San Diego on the day of Whitney's death, which is two south of LA.

Brown then accused Ray J of being a 'runner boy' for the music icon because he 'knows somebody that sells drugs' and bought and supplied them to her.

Houston's official cause of death, released yesterday by the Los Angeles County Coroner, reveals that the 48-year-old died as the result of accidental drowning and the combined effects of atherosclerotic heart disease and cocaine.

It was revealed yesterday that Whitney sunk into the bathwater after suffering a massive heart attack caused in part by her prolonged drug abuse.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2121261/Whitney-Houston-cause-death-Raffles-Van-Exel-says-emptied-hotel-room.html#ixzz1qR8pE7p2
Posted Date:
Mar 28, 2012 Add comment
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