The problem with trying to figure out the truth behind the death of Whitney Houston is that the singer had been famous for so long that she attracted plenty of the wrong kinds of people, but she had also been flying low on the radar as of late so we don't know who the good and bad influences in life were in her final years.
Bobby Brown's sister gave an interview yesterday in which she claimed that she and Whitney were so close they referred to one another as "soul sisters" (again, we have no way of knowing if that's true) and that she's as devastated by the loss as anyone in Whitney's immediate family. Okay, well it's nice that she was able to speak publicly about her grief…but then she keeps talking…
"I believe Whitney’s death was not accidental. No," Leola Brown said in an interview with Access Hollywood. She added that she couldn't provide details on her conspiracy theory, as he attorney had urged her not to.
Leola then cautioned Bobbi Kristina Brown that she is "not safe" and should trust no one but her father, grandmother and, of course, Leola. As the topping on the crazy sundae, Leola concludes by saying, "Bobby has nothing, nothing at all to do with Whitney’s death. [Whitney's] father said he was tired of people talking about his son-in-law. He said Bobby had nothin’ to do with Whitney doing drugs in the past or whatever."
Again, we knew nothing about this woman until today, but everything about her screams shady. Why did she hire a lawyer other than to grab a piece of the estate? Oh, and she really expects us to believe that Whitney's parents were just sick to death of people trashing Bobby Brown? Please.