Whitney Houston Murdered Over $1.5 Million?by Jacky Jasper
Fatal Drug Debt?
A private investigator – who believes Whitney Houston was murdered – is still digging for more answers surrounding the pop princess’ death almost a year ago. Something HSK told you was happening over six-months ago.
According to Paul Huebel, the singer was slain by drug dealers over a $1.5-million drug debt. Now, the Chicago cop-turned-leading Hollywood P.I. says the agencies who headed Houston’s death investigation swept the dirt under the rug.
In a sensational disclosure that can crack the case wide open, Huebl says he’s received a tip from knowledgeable sources that Whitney’s killers were caught on hotel cameras. That’s exactly why Huebel explains he plans to contact the FBI.
Here’s what Paul Hebel, told the National Enquirer:
“I have evidence that points to Whitney being a victim of high-powered drug dealers who sent thugs to collect a huge debt she owed for drugs. They blended into a group of hangers-on that partied with Whitney at her hotel. The drug dealers and their thugs are from the East Coast with connections in Georgia and New Jersey, where Whitney lived.
The day before she died, Whitney received a delivery of cocaine at the hotel pool. Around 3 a.m., she partied with a small group in her suite – among them were the drug thugs. After they left, a stoned Whitney was seen on her hotel balcony shouting, ‘I’m tired of this shit.’ She was sick of being harassed about money she owed – as much as $1.5 million. Whitney refused to pay and argued with the thugs. The next day, they returned and killed her.
Around 2:45 p.m. on that fateful day, her assistant left to run errands. Whitney was left alone in her room, planning to take a bath before attending a pre-Grammy party that night. When the assistant arrived back at the suite around 3:35 p.m., Whitney was dead. I have evidence that in that 45-minute time frame, one or more of the hangers-on returned to Whitney’s suite and got into her room. They demanded the money she owed them, and headstrong Whitney refused to pay. And that’s when “things got physical.
The coroner’s report shows plenty of small injuries. Whitney was thrown into the bathtub and drowned. It seems things got out of hand and rather than just scare Whitney, they ended up murdering her. The dealers took whatever they could grab – money, drugs and jewelry – and fled before Whitney’s assistant returned to the room. The hotel has security cameras in the hallways and on elevators, and I’ve been tipped off that the killers can be seen on those videotapes. The FBI needs to closely examine those security tapes. Whitney’s body shows classic defense wounds which would have occurred while she was battling for her life. There are bruises on her arms and shoulders, a cut on her upper lip, scrapes to her nose and forehead, and lacerations to her scalp. Whitney had so many injuries it looked like she had been in a boxing match.
The coroner’s report confirms Whitney had cocaine, marijuana and sedatives including Xanax in her system. She was so stoned she would not have been able to put up much of a struggle. She was planning a comeback and was going to attend a party that night with music industry people she wanted to impress. Why would she take sedatives?
The water in the tub tested at 93.5 degrees at 9:35 p.m., six hours after Whitney’s death. She had a burnt section of skin measuring 5-by-3 1/4 inches on her lower back. That water must have been scalding hot when she entered the tub. No one would voluntarily get into near-boiling water like that. She was thrown in and her head was held under the water until she drowned! Death was due to drowning due to effects of atherosclerosis heart disease and cocaine use.
I believe the Beverly Hills police and the Los Angeles coroner are happy to sweep Whitney’s death under the rug, calling it accidental and closing their investigation. Also, I was tipped off by sources in the drug-dealing world that people from New Jersey and Georgia were involved, and that’s why we need a federal investigation. It’s a matter of an interstate conspiracy. I’m convinced Whitney Houston was murdered. Now it will be up to the FBI to prove it.”
Does Raffles van Exel or Pat Houston know about this pair of suspected murderers, whom Paul Hebel is talking about? I don’t know, but next time I see Ray J trying to pick up chics at the Skybar, I’ll ask him.