Dec 282012

A private detective in the United States comes with a shocking hypothesis in Whitney Houston death case. He claims to have a video tape that demonstrates that Whitney Houston was murdered by drug dealers in Los Angeles.

Whitney Houston reported to have been killed by Hollywood drug dealers. She was found drowned in her hotel room in February.

Whitney Houston reported to have been killed by Hollywood drug dealers. She was found drowned in her hotel room in February.

Paul Huebl says he gave FBI the video in question which shows that the famous American singer was killed in February 2012 at the age of 48 because she had to return large debts to drug dealers in Hollywood.
According to the coroner’s report, Houston died after drowning in the bathtub of her hotel room in Los Angeles, after she had taken a cocktail of cocaine, marijuana and some medications.

Tabloid National Enquirer quotes Paul Huebl, who states that the musician was pursued by “several major drug traffickers who sent some thugs to collect a huge amount of bucks the artist owed for drugs.”

According to yet unconfirmed rumors, the singer would have owed drug smugglers the amount of $1.5 million.
MailOnline reached out to Paul Huebl who said he does not know with certainty that Whitney Houston was murdered, but discovered evidence that indicated that hypothesis. He claims that the Houston was delivered cocaine at the hotel room the day before her death, and she was heard saying, “I’m tired of this stuff/mess.”

He also claims that Whitney Houston was harassed by those drug dealers who were trying to recover the debt.

Huebl has obtained a video footage recorded by the surveillance cameras of the hotel, in which two unknown men were seen several times around the Beverly Hilton Hotel, where the singer was accommodated. The suspects are believed to have infiltrated the artist entourage.

The same private detective claims that those men entered the room and killed the singer.
He also rejected the conclusions of the report issued by the Institute of Forensic Medicine in Los Angeles, that the American singer’s death was “accidental”. “Whitney Houston’s lifeless body showed classic defense wounds caused when she fought for her life,” said Paul Huebl for National Enquirer.

At the same time, Huebl agreed that the bruises seen on singer’s hands and fingernails could have caused in another way and they represent only defensive “suspicious” wounds.

Furthermore the detective claims to have evidence showing that Whitney Houston’s apartment was ransacked, showing traces of a violent fight.

Paul Huebl handed out this evidence to the FBI office in Chicago, hoping that the U.S. federal agency will initiate an official investigation.

Paul Huebl is a former Chicago policeman and turned into acting after his retirement. He claims to have conducted this investigation having been hired by a person who did not thrust the initial information provided by the official report on Whitney Houston death.

Huebl believes that Beverly Hills police did not conduct a full investigation in Whitney’s tragic passing because they avoided to attract negative publicity over Beverly Hills or Beverly Hilton hotel. He refused, however, to disclose the identity of the person who hired him to perform this private investigation.

Whitney Houston, born on 9 August 1963, dominated the pop and soul music of the ’80s and ’90s, selling about 170 million records. She was nicknamed “The Voice”. She chose also an acting career and co-starred Kevin Costner in the movie “Bodyguard” (1992), for which she recorded a new version of “I Will Always Love You” (Dolly Parton, 1974), that became extremely popular .

Houston is the only artist who ever launched seven consecutive albums awarded with platinum, surpassing in this respect even the Beatles. Her list of successes includes, among others, 6 Grammy, two Emmys, 30 Billboard Music Awards and 22 American Music Awards.

Back in 2009, Guinness World Records designated Whitney as the most awarded female singer of all time



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