According to the Chicago Suntimes, a source close to Whitney Houston’s mother, Cissy Houston, revealed that Cissy confronted the traitor who sold the final photo of Whitney in an open casket to the National Enquirer.
Insiders are whispering that the person who sold the final photo was most likely Whitney’s closest friend and sister-in-law, Pat Houston, who signed at least one deal to capitalize off of Whitney’s death.
After Whitney died tragically in her Beverly Hills hotel bathtub on Feb. 11, the National Enquirer published photos of the food tray in Whitney’s hotel room, the still-wet bathroom and Whitney’s open casket.
Whitney only traveled with her daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, her sister-in-law Pat, and her bodyguard. Sources believe that Pat and the bodyguard may have conspired to sell the final photos for a big payday.
In the 90-minute special for Oprah’s Next Chapter, which aired on Oprah’s OWN Network on Sunday, Pat told Oprah that she was upset with the person who published the photographs — not who sold the photos. A strange choice of words.
There is also the product placement during Pat’s interview with Oprah. I won’t mention the name of the company, but their products were on prominent display throughout the interview.
Pat mentioned the name of the product several times during the interview. At one point she claimed that Whitney had planned to film an infomercial for that particular product before she died. But has Whitney ever filmed an infomercial?
Pat seemed to be benefitting financially by promoting the product during her interview with Oprah — and Oprah allowed Pat to promote the product on her show — or she would not have access to Bobbi Kristina.
It might also explain why Bobbi Kristina never sat down with Oprah during the interview. Bobbi K. probably knew that both women were using her for their own financial gains.