Fallout Over National Enquirer’s Death Photo Of Whitney Houston

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Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images

Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images

There is some serious fallout over the National Enquirer‘s controversial new cover with the photo of Whitney Houston lying in her casket, and now speculation over who took the photo and sold has begun. The funeral home where her service was held claims, “it wasn’t us” who released the photo, which leaves only family and close friends as suspects.

The #1 suspect for taking Whitney’s photo while lying in the casket is Tina Brown, Bobby Brown’s sister. While she was no where near Whitney, people still speculate she somehow got a hold of the photo ans sold it.

Also, big problems are now surfacing after the Enquirer ran the photo plus all the details that Whitney was buried with half a million dollars. Problems with grave robbers are now a concern and her final resting place is currently under armed guard watch in case robbers target her grave.

She was reportedly laid to rest wearing a diamond broach and earrings, a bracelet and her favorite $200,000 ring. The cemetery is now closed to the public indefinitely.

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