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Whitney Houston’s Cause of Death Will Keep Controversy Alive



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Whitney Houston’s official cause of death was released Thursday and the results are sure to keep controversy alive! The pop star had cocaine mixed with Xanax, Flexeril, and Benadryl in her system. There were also traces of marijuana. How Whitney wound up in the tub when she was discovered unconscious February 11th at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, could be blamed on the heart disease condition she had. A source connected to the L.A. Coroners Office said it’s “very possible” Whitney died of a heart attack and that’s how she drowned in the tub.

With so many variables into Whitney Houston’s death, this information has room for speculation. Many believe someone conspired to kill her, but the Coroner didn’t think foul play had a hand in her demise.

Since it’s not known for certain if Houston had a heart attack, there will be those insisting a slight chance exists the pop singer was somehow pushed in the tub or they will blame whoever she was doing drugs with before the tragedy took place at the Beverly Hilton. Enablers of her drug use have had fingers pointed at them — namely Bobby Brown in earlier years. Will doctors the singer depended on be blamed like Dr. Conrad Murray was in Michael Jackson’s case?

Whitney Houston’s heart will be re-evaluated to determine what condition it was in at the time she died. In two weeks there will be a full report of what the final results are. The cocaine played a significant role in deteriorating her heart with an already deadly condition.

Was it a combination of  drugs or was there one thing specifically that triggered her Houston’s death?

One Response to “Whitney Houston’s Cause of Death Will Keep Controversy Alive”

  1. Evan says:

    Sad she could not fight off her demons…and self obsession…

    Resentment, anger, and fear make up the triangle of self-obsession. All of our defects of character are forms of these three reactions. Self-obsession is at the heart of our insanity.

    Resentment is the way most of us react to our past. It is the reliving of past experiences, again and again in our minds. Anger is the way most of us deal with the present. It is our reaction to and denial of reality. Fear is what we feel when we think about the future. It is our response to the unknown; a fantasy in reverse. All three of these things are expressions of our self-obsession. They are the way that we react when people, places, and things (past, present, and future) do not live up to our demands.

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