It's clear that the world is still mourning the death of the marvelous Whitney Houston, but none more so than the loved ones she left behind. Her death is still shrouded in mystery, with the results of the toxicology report still on hold for further testing and little revealed in the initial autopsy.
However, one member of Whitney's family thinks she has pin-pointed what was the real cause of the songstress untimely death:
Although Amy Winehouse chose not to sing, please check out the late singer's last recorded time on stage, cheering her protege, Dionne Bromfield, as she performed at the iTunes Festival on Wednesday night (above).
Despite her many personal troubles and struggles with addiction, we imagine that this is exactly how she'd like to be remembered: looking healthy, happy, and proud of her goddaughter.
That's the Amy we should be focusing on - the talented, supportive, and loving young woman who truly changed and inspired so many with her music.
In a newly-released interview with The Advocate, the online personality stressed that the cops should have taken his word for it, saying:
"I think if somebody is a victim of a crime, that person should be given the benefit of the doubt and believed. Just because there are no physical markings on my face other than the broken teeth, that doesn't mean I wasn't assaulted, and that is why the police think I wasn't assaulted."
The UK native went on to say that the way the cops slapped him with charges for vandalism and filing a false police report isn't fair, considering he says he's the victim in this incident:
"I went to the police and now apparently I'm a criminal."
However, the police have revealed that they have video