Four years after her controversial death, Whitney Houston’s interesting life is still being subjected to scrutiny. Today, anonymous sources claimed to have seen an FBI tape that can allegedly confirm a controversial part of the singer’s life.
Sources who have spoken under condition of anonymity are pointing to “shocking newly discovered FBI tapes.” Content of the audio recording could allegedly confirm Bobby Brown’s claim about Whitney Houston’s supposed affair with her assistant and best friend Robyn Crown.
The affair was apparent specially when the late diva would stay in hotels during concert tours, according to the sources.
“Because there was always a bellman assigned to the penthouse level … they witnessed [Robyn] going in for the night and not emerging again until the following morning,” the insider who claimed to have watched the tape told Radar Online.
“Not only that, but Whitney always requested rooms with a single king-size bed. It just doesn’t pass the smell test for them not being anything more than good friends,” the sources added.
In an interview in June, Bobby Brown, the ex-husband of the late multi-awarded artist, shared something with “Us Weekly” magazine. According to the 47-year-old singer, he had personal knowledge about the relationship.
“I know,” the father of Bobbi Kristina Brown admitted. “We were married for 14 years. There are some things we talked about that were personal to us.”
He continued to narrate that the two met when they were still teenagers working at a community center in East Orange, New Jersey.
Amid this revelation, Bobby Brown alleged that his ex-wife was a “bisexual” considering that she also got attracted to him.
As he talked about the rumored romance between Whitney Houston and her assistant-turned-best friend, the New Edition frontman surmised that she might still be alive today if her family, including her mother Cissy Houston, “accepted” Robyn Crawford as a part of her life.
Robyn Crawford’s neighbors on the other hand think that Whitney Houston could be Robyn Crawford’s “one true love.”