Whitney Houston's 19-year-old daughter, Bobbi Kristina was reportedly involved in an altercation with the Beverly Hills Police after being denied access to her deceased mother's room. Houston's cousin, legendary singer Dionne Warwick, was also turned away.
According to TMZ, Whitney Houston's daughter, Bobby Kristina Brown, became involved in a "shouting match" with Beverly Hills cops outside her deceased mother's hotel room. According to police reports, Bobbi Kristina refused to take no for an answer when the cops told her that no one was allowed into the room to see her mother's body. Bobbi Kristina allegedly "screamed [and] cursed" and continued to demand to see her mother. The cops were adamant however, and she finally left. Whitney Houston's cousin, Dionne Warwick, appeared later also requesting entry. She too was refused.
Poor Bobbi Kristina. Who could blame her for becoming hysterical when she wasn't allowed into the hotel room to see her mother's body? A mother's death is among the most traumatic events of most people's lives. And losing her mom in such a tragically premature and, above all, needless way will no doubt haunt Bobbi Kristina for the rest of her life. Thank goodness the cops overlooked her behavior.
Condolences, Bobbi Kristina. Hang in.
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