There’s a sudden twist in the case of Whitney Houston’s death. Since she died on February 11th, report after report stated no evidence of cocaine or hard drugs were left in her hotel room at the Beverly Hilton. Now news comes that a powdery substance, in fact, was in the room.
According to TMZ, authorities recovered cocaine after finding “white, powdery, remnants” in Houston’s room. Sources directly involved in the Whitney Houston death investigation spoke with TMZ before, claiming no illegal drugs were found in her room. After checking back with the same people, they told the news source they weren’t aware cocaine was present. The Beverly Hills PD never looked into drugs being removed from the scene because they didn’t believe they actually were.
Obviously the story has changed in the ongoing investigation that is about complete. Cops have the cocaine in their possession and always did.
In another report on RadarOnline, a witness told the Beverly Hills PD that Whitney Houston was supplied cocaine by international drug trafficker, Raffles Van Exel. He was allegedly an associate of the late pop singer and cops reportedly want to question Axel about allegedly cleaning out Whitney’s hotel room following her death.
The scandal continues in Houston’s death investigation. Her autopsy results clearly showed cocaine and various other drugs were in her system when she died. She also had heart disease with a significant portion of her arteries losing function. Will there ever be clear closure on this case?