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Bobbi Kristina Was Denied Access To See Whitney's Body

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So disheartening.

Whitney Houston's 19-year-old daughter Bobbi Kristina was turned away by Beverly Hills police when she arrived at the Beverly Hilton to see her mother's body.

When Bobbi Kristina showed up on the 4th floor of the hotel, officers informed her that no one was allowed to see the body, which, as you can imagine, made Bobbi extremely upset.

She apparently got into a shouting match with police, as she screamed, curse, and demanded to see her mother.

She was still denied access to the room and eventually left. And that's not all - Dionne Warwick had also showed up to the hotel, but was also turned away.

Poor Bobbi Kristina. Our hearts really go out to her. We can't even imagine what she's going through right now…

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19 comments to “Bobbi Kristina Was Denied Access To See Whitney's Body”



  1. 1

    I'm sorry. That's not right. Family has EVERY right to be there. It's life. WHY do people allow branches of our government tell us we can't be with our loved one, even after passing? That's just not right. She's 19, her daughter. They had no right to tell her she had no access. WAKE UP PEOPLE. That is not their choice to make.



  2. 2

    Re: Pacific Ocean Gal – you are an idiot, it was treated as a crime scene dumbass, nobody gets in until they're done.



  3. 3

    my family is very close with bobbi (people call her crissy) and she is in a really tough spot right now especially with this. her mother has influenced her awful ways and now that all of this happened please pray for her



  4. 4

    Re: raypearson – shut up! you're the idiot! Bobbi has every right to see her MOTHER! even though its a crime scene, its still her mom.



  5. 5

    This is terrible. I agree that something needs to be done to allow family to be there - they shouldn't be kept away from their loved ones at such a critical time, "crime scene" or not. (Which is odd it itself too when there was no evidence of a crime - but I'm not sure how that all works). My heart goes out to her loved ones and especially to Bobbi Kristina - what a horribly unspeakable tragedy to have to face.



  6. 6

    Re: marij11 – I will say a prayer for her.



  7. 7

    Very mysterious! However maybe because as mentioned in other comments, as a crime scene they were afraid Bobbi might lose it and ruin evidence of a murder! Sounds like she was pretty upset and if like her mom and on drugs she could muss up important evidence but still very sad. They should have been VERY POLITE AND TACTFUL and assured her that she could be with the body SOON. I hope they don't cremate Whitney.



  8. 8

    Re: Pacific Ocean Gal – It's because they think drugs might have been involved. So many times before, friends and family have removed and disposed of drugs or evidence of drug taking.



  9. 9

    Re: raypearson – You're the dumbass. It was stated quite cleary it was not a crime and no evidence of foul play. You csan give up your rights, but I'd have fought tooth and nail if it were my Mom to get in and see her, and I'd have probably succeeded, even if I had to call a lawyer and petition the court to do so. PEOPLE are so naive. They had no right to keep her out. And Missy, I get that they had to look for drugs, but they had no right to deny her access. They could have allowed her in, and made sure she wasn't removing evidence. You are all little followers that have no qualms about giving up your rights.



  10. 10

    I'd go crazy too if i wasn't allowed to see my mom. Then again i understand that it can tamper with evidence because i would be all over her body cryng and clinging on.



  11. 11

    it's probably better that she didn't see her in that state. the scene must have been horrific. i'm sure it was being treated as a crime scene and the police had her best interest in mind.



  12. 12

    I see both sides of the proverbial coin here. On 1 side, she had reason to be upset when investigators refused to let her see her mom: she's an adult, blood relative, probably next of kin. I see the investigators side too: when they get to the scene of a death where the cause isn't immediately known, they must investigate. A 3rd party there (even the deceased's kid) can contaminate evidence without meaning to. Clothing fibers, hair follicles, finger prints, etc. can ruin the investigation. Lets say (God forbid) Whitney's death was murder, or any other reason for a trial - a good Defense Attorney for the suspect is legally entitled to get the evidence the cops and DA collected so they can refute it and defend their client. Lets say some of this evidence showed that Bobbi Kristina was there (hair, finger prints, etc.) All the Defense has to do is show that to the jury and they have the required "reasonable doubt" to acquit their client. That's why they don't let anyone in the room @1st until they're sure there was no crime involved. They probably would have loved to let her in, but had to make sure nothing foul play-wise happened 1st



  13. 13

    the police needed time to take the photos that will turn up on the cover of the National Enquierer next wee,



  14. 14

    Just so I'm clear, everyone who has posted knows exactly what happened because they were there? Honestly folks, we don't know exactly what happened and although Perez likes to think he's always accurately reporting insider information, he's not always right. Is it possible that Bobbi might have shown she was agitated (like anyone who's mother has died) and the police were more fearful of what she would do to herself if she saw her mother? We can speculate all day long but unless we were there, we don't know what happened. You all can carry on arguing over our basic civil rights….

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    Poor thing must have been panicked at not being able to see her.



  16. 16

    How can she not gain access to her mother's body? She's the next of kin, right? Or does police in fact suspect foul play after all?



  17. 17

    RayPearson: So much for the motto "to protect and serve." Surely there is a civilized way to accommodate a completely distraught person who wants to see her mother's body. They could have talked to her like a human being and let her just look if they wanted to be compassionate — but hey, if aliens ever come and devour us rebels you will be their obedient pet. Good for you.



  18. 18

    It was not fair in any humane way that Bobbi was denied enterance. Why the hell couldnt they have escorted her in there? Not fair at all and I would not have had any of it! I would have called bullshit. They should have let her in at least at some point! Awful sad! Praying for Bobbi and her family!



  19. 19

    Everyone has to remember that this is a high profile case and the police wanted to treat it that way., Not being seeing her mother was sad but their was nothing she could have done, and also this could have messed up the evidence that was on the body. It is hard for young girl to loose her mother but you have to let the police do their job but it doesn't get any easier for her. It takes time to get back Toxic reports look how long it took for Micheal Jacksons to come back. No one knows what went on in that room only Whitney and God and that is the truth.