Whitney Houston and Bobbi Kristina Brown’s loved ones are demanding that their bodies be exhumed in order to prove that the famous mother and daughter were murdered. After Nick Gordon was found responsible for Bobbi Kristina’s death, suspicions have come up about Whitney Houston’s death.
It has just been reported that superstar Whitney Houston and her troubled daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown must be exhumed from their graves for new autopsies as a part of a shocking new investigation into the possibility that they were both murdered.
According to Radar Online, the family of Whitney Houston and Bobbi Kristina Brown are insisting that police look into Houston’s 2012 death in a Beverly Hills hotel after Bobbi Kristina’s accused killer Nick Gordon was suspected of being involved.
Nick Gordon was found responsible for Bobbi Kristina Brown’s 2015 death in a Georgia Superior Court civil case.
After he was found guilty, it was learned that Gordon was also on hand for Houston’s passing. Shocking similarities between the two women’s deaths began to pop up and their family is demanding the truth.
Both Bobbi Kristina and Whitney Houston were found badly bruised, Whitney was dead and her daughter was comatose, in a bathtub. Both mother and daughter had drugs in their system at their time of death.
After Whitney Houston’s death in 2012, her former sister-in-law Leolah Brown insisted that Houston’s death was not an accident.
At that time, Leolah Brown also warned that she feared for her niece’s safety.
“Nick was there when Whitney was found in a bathtub, covered with bruises.
“When I heard Nick was also there when bruised Bobbi Kristina was found in a bathtub, I immediately became extremely suspicious!”
Sources close to the family insisted that authorities would need to dig up the mother and daughter to get to the truth.
“… exhume both bodies and conduct a full scale investigation into the deaths.”
Former Chicago cop turned private detective Paul Huebl has also called for the bodies to be exhumed and looked at again.
“Gordon is my top suspect. There is no way around it.”
Once thought to be an accidental drug overdose, the death of Whitney Houston may have been more complicated than that.
“You got a guy who hangs around — and he’s not letting go of Whitney or Bobbi Kristina. I am absolutely convinced he is the usual suspect and deserves a lot more scrutiny than he is getting.”
Bobbi Kristina Brown was still mourning the death of her famous mother when she was found half-dead in a bathtub herself.
At the time, it seemed like a tragic death of a troubled young woman.
Bobbi Kristina was found on January 31, 2015, after Gordon brutally beat her in two separate attacks.
Whitney Houston’s daughter survived months of life support, but was eventually presumed dead on July 26, 2015.
According to the examiner’s report at Fulton County, her death was caused by pneumonia complicated by a cocktail of drugs.
Brown’s death was ruled “undetermined” but that was only because “the circumstances under which Ms. Brown entered the bathtub are unknown.”
An autopsy of Whitney Houston determined that the 48-year-old superstar died from an “accidental drowning with cocaine as a contributing factor.”
Houston was found in a chillingly similar situation, bruised and beaten in a bathtub on February 11, 2012.
On September 16 of this year, Nick Gordon was found civilly liable for Bobbi Kristina Brown’s death in a $10 million wrongful death lawsuit filed by her estate.
The lawsuit claimed that he abused Bobbi Kristina and had stolen thousands of dollars.
After Bobbi Kristina died, Gordon tried to claim that he desperately administered CPR after she was pulled from the bathtub.
“Do I wish I could’ve done more? Of course. My God, the guilt is horrible.
“But to say I was the cause of their deaths just because I was there simply isn’t fair.”
The criminal case against Nick Gordon for Bobbi Kristina’s death is still open with the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office.
Do you think Nick Gordon is responsible for the deaths of both Bobbi Kristina Brown and Whitney Houston? Will Houston and Brown’s family be able to get their bodies exhumed and their deaths re-investigated?
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