Raffles Confesses to Removing Evidence from Whitney Houston Death Sceneby Jacky Jasper
HSK Exclusive – On February 15, 2012, just 4 days after the Whitney Houston was found dead in her bath tup at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Raffles van Exel went on record with a newspaper from his home country, the Netherlands.
Here is a loose translation of the Dutch article seen above:
Raffles van Exel (32), the Dutch confidant (support) of the deceased Whitney Houston, pulled out all the goodies left behind by the deceased singer from the hotel. “Someone had to do it,” Raffles told the Telegraph. “The room had to be emptied.” The house friend of Whitney comes from Deventer, and had been friends with her for a long time. He is also the main support to the bereaved relatives. “We are going through a very tough (rough) time.”
Whitney’s ex, Bobby Brown, is quite upset. Raffles must comfort him regularly. “Things are going well with now”. “I’m with him”. (Can also be translated as: “Now that I’m with him he is doing well”.
The Deventer (The person from Deventer a town in Holland, i.e.; Raffles) was also at the infamous parties last week where Whitney was completely over the top because she thought that her young love was flirting with a younger girl. Raffles had to drag the singer outside (the party). “Now she’s dead.” “I try to sleep, but I cannot.”