Ever since Whitney Houston passed away in 2012, her family has been fraught by controversy and rumor, with some of it based on truths, and some of it based on falsehoods. The latest report involving the Houston family has only added to their problems.
Recently, Whitney’s mother, Cissy Houston, was accused of disowning Whitney’s brother, Gary Houston, after the release of a new documentary, focused on Whitney’s life.
In a report from Radar Online, the publication claims that the documentary explains how Whitney and Gary were victims of sexual assault at the hands of their cousin, Dee Dee Warwick.
Because of the claims made by Gary in the new movie, an insider close to the family revealed that Cissy called him up one morning and said, “I’m cutting you out of the will,” and then hung up the phone.
Gary has never mentioned these allegations before, so, for them to come out like this, at this time, is shocking to everyone in the family.
The documentary, released on the 6th of July, dishes on Whitney’s life and the Houston family as they dealt with her death six years ago, as well as the drug addiction that wreaked havoc on her life.
In response to Gary’s allegations, Dee Dee’s sister and Cissy Houston released a statement saying they had a tough time believing the allegations made by Gary.
Both women said in the joint statement that they had never heard of accusations like this before. Moreover, they haven’t heard of her father stealing from her either.
Additionally, the women stated that Whitney probably wouldn’t have wanted for allegations such of these to come out in a film for the entire world to see. However, Whitney passed away six years ago, so, fortunately, she doesn’t have to deal with the new allegations.