Did Whitney Houston's Daughter Get High After The Funeral?
Feb 20, 2012 12:07
In sadly predictable news, the Daily Beast is shares a shocking story involving the late singer's daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, who supposedly disappeared after the funeral ceremony while the rest of her extended family converged on a local restaurant in Newark.
Her sudden disappearance spurred a slew of frantic cell-phone calls in an effort to locate the troubled 18-year-old. Brown notoriously suffered two emotional breakdowns after her mother was discovered in a bathtub on the eve of the Grammys last weekend. Some family members are even rumored to believe that Brown snuck away from the family to get high. According to a "family friend," some are worried that Brown, the child of two drug-addled parents, is all-too familiar with the vices that many believe precipitated her mother's death.
The source also claims that Brown entered rehab for a drug problem earlier in the year (Though a spokesperson for the family has assured the public
that Brown most definitely does not have a drug problem) and that the family sees Brown as just a younger version of Houston. Let's just hope there won't be a sad sequel to the Whitney Houston saga in the cards.
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