Whitney Houston’s FBI File Made Public
It was a tragic day in February 2011 when Whitney Houston was found dead in the bathroom of her Beverly Hilton Hotel room, and now the FBI report of the “I Will Always Love You” singer has been released.
The document is comprised of 128 pages, detailing three separate investigations from 1988-1999 involving obsessive fans and an extortion case.
One of the crazy followers wrote Houston 70 letters over 17 months, with one stating, “I might hurt someone with some crazy idea and not realize how stupid an idea it was until after it was done.”
Another nutjob mailed Whitney audio tapes of his recordings. The report states, “During the interview, the subject claimed to be the ‘President of Europe’ and to have purchased Brazil for 66 billion dollars. He also claims credit for the fall of the former South African government and for the election of Nelson Mandela.”