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Whitney Houston Was Molested By Cousin Dee Dee Warwick, According To New Documentary

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Whitney Houston and her half-brother Gary were molested as children by their cousin Dee Dee Warwick, according to the new documentary Whitney.

On Wednesday at the Cannes Film Festival, filmmaker Kevin Macdonald told Vanity Fair he suspected the singer had "suffered childhood sexual abuse" as he watched hundreds of hours of private footage.

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He told the publication:

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Russell Tovey's Social Media Behavior Indicates He & Fiancé Steve Brockman Are D-O-N-E!

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Trouble in paradise??

We have a feeling Russell Tovey and fiancé Steve Brockman have hit a rough patch, as they've recently unfollowed each other on Instagram. *GASP*

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As you may recall, back in February, the Looking actor confirmed that he and his rugby player beau were "very, very happy" after getting engaged. Sadly, we doubt this union will actually come to fruition, as the Quantico star's social media behavior indicates that he's now single.

Not only did Russell and Steve unfollow each other online, but Tovey also wiped Brockman from existence on the picture sharing site. Currently, the Being Human alum's IG page is filled with snaps of his french bulldog. Doesn't scream, "soon to wed," right??

As for Steve's Instagram page?? Russell last appeared on there in March:

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Openly Gay Singer Hayley Kiyoko SLAMS Rita Ora's 'Tone-Deaf' Bisexual Anthem Girls: 'We Can And Should Do Better'

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Not everyone is into Girls!

As we reported on Friday, Rita Ora dropped her summer '18 bisexual anthem featuring Cardi B, Bebe Rexha, and Charli XCX.

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That same day, singer Hayley Kiyoko — who identifies as a gay woman — criticized the track on Instagram calling it "tone-deaf" and harmful to the LGBTQ community.

She wrote:

"I literally have a knot in my stomach right now. To be clear, I fully support other artists who freely express themselves and applaud male and female artists who are opening up more and more about their sexual identities. But every so often there come certain songs with messaging that is just downright tone-deaf, which does more harm than good for the LGBTQ+ community. A song like this just fuels the male gaze while marginalizing the idea of women loving women."

The 27-year-old adds:

"I know that wasn't the intention of the artists on the song, but it's the lack of consideration behind these lyrics that really get me. I don't need to drink win to kiss girls; I've loved women my entire life. This type of message is dangerous because it completely belittles and invalidates the very pure feelings of an entire community. I feel I have a responsibility to protect that whenever possible. We can and should do better."

Read Hayley's full statement (below):

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