The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office found cocaine in Whitney Houston’s system the night she died. So how is it that none of the drug was found in her hotel room?
Celebuzz reports, that a source went to the hotel where Whitney died and scrubbed the room clean so that no one would suspect the singer of any shady activities.
Dutch newspaper The Telegraph reported that four days after Whitney Houston was pronounced dead at a Los Angeles Hotel a man named Raffles van Exel admitted that he cleaned Houston’s hotel room. He has not disclosed what he took from the room.
“The room had to be emptied,” Van Exel, who calls himself a “highly respected entertainment consultant,” told The Telegraph.
Van Exel is also the person rumored to be behind the leaked photo of Whitney Houston on a gurney being taken out of the hotel where she died. The photo has since been proven to be a hoax. It is said that he sold the photo to the National Enquirer for more than $500,000.
Whitney Houston’s bodyguard found her unresponsive in a bathtub on February 11th. She was pronounced dead shortly after. Since then her death was ruled an accidental overdose. The singer was found with various prescription drugs, cocaine and alcohol in her system. She had long been battling a drug problem.
Since her death her family has taken over the headlines. Her daughter, Bobbi Kristina is carrying on a relationship with her unofficially adopted brother, Nick Gordon. Also recently Whitney’s ex husband Bobbi Brown has been arrested for a second Driving Under The Influence charge.