Bobby Brown Talks Sex With Ghost In '20/20' Interview [Videos]

Bobby Brown has definitely given an interesting interview to 20/20. As reported by ET, Bobby spoke of having sex with a ghost in his Georgia mansion. Now 47, Brown revealed that he once purchased a huge home that was really creepy and spooky -- the location that Bobby claims he fell asleep within and awakened to a ghost mounting him. For the record, although Bobby speaks of drug use in the below videos, Brown claims that he was not high when the ghost had sex with him.

In the above video, Bobby doesn't go into too much detail about the time a ghost had sex with him, but he does admit he has had some crazy situations in his life. The video was uploaded to YouTube on June 7. It quickly gained approximately 500 views, especially with a fascinating title like "Bobby Brown Says He Had Sex with a Ghost."
"Bobby Brown claimed he awoke to a shocking sight several years ago in his interview with ABC's Robin Roberts. Tune in tonight for a special edition of 20/20 airing at 10PM on ABC."
The YouTube description of the video interview with Brown -- and especially the video snippets released thus far -- promise a pretty interesting sit-down interview with Bobby.
"I bought this mansion in Georgia, this was a really, really spooky place. But yes, one time, I woke up, and yeah, a ghost. I was being mounted by a ghost. I wasn't high... I was not trippin'."
Brown's isn't the first account of strange sexual happenings with otherworldly beings. Online reports of people experiencing orgasms in their sleep or claiming to have had interactions with supernatural beings exist.

Bobby also looked at his wedding video with Whitney Houston, calling them both happy on their wedding day.

"Well, that was the first time I had actually saw her do drugs. Cocaine. Yes, ma'am. She wasn't that. You know what I'm saying. The drugs wasn't her. She did drugs but it -- drugs didn't do her. She knew how to handle herself. It only made me, you know, love and want to protect her more. It wasn't me that started her. I take -- I take my part and I take it hard for me even being a part of it but we all have our own minds and some of us are stronger than others."
For the rest of his life, Brown said he would have a feeling of love towards Whitney, calling her "that one person who didn't judge me." Their wedding day was the first time Bobby saw Whitney do drugs. Brown said she offered him some but he refused at that time. It was not Bobby that started Whitney doing drugs, although he accepts responsibility for some of his behavior. Bobby said that drugs did not represent who Whitney was as a person, and although she did the drugs, "drugs didn't do" Whitney. She was more than that, Bobby revealed.

His new book, Every Little Step, will be released on June 13.

Bobby also talked about the death of his beloved daughter, Bobbi Kristina. Brown did not want to mention Nick Gordon's name, but alluded to the notion that Nick knows a lot more about the deaths of Whitney and Bobbi that Gordon is telling the public. Bobby stated that Nick was one of the few people present during the tragic drowning deaths of both women.

Nick was reportedly Houston's adopted son, who was later called Bobbi's husband -- but no proof of a marriage exists. Although Bobby is part of a lawsuit against Nick, Brown said the hardest part was burying his child and letting Bobbi go.

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