Whitney Houston `stockpiled drugs so she wouldn’t run out of them`

Washington: Whitney Houston, who passed away on February 11 at age 48, reportedly returned to a life of serious substance abuse after claiming sobriety in 2010, further reports of drug use have revealed.

Most recently, The Daily Beast offered an even further in-depth look into the Grammy winner’s addiction through the years, with a friend of Whitney’s claiming the singer would “spend thousands of dollars a week buying drugs and stockpile it in the house so she wouldn’t run out.”

“The family was afraid of the embarrassment on some level and wouldn’t confront her early on,” Fox News quoted Monique Houston, who married Gary Houston and divorced him in 2001, as saying.

“Her mother would always say, ‘I don’t understand this drug thing.’ And she didn’t. They let it get too bad before they understood she needed serious help, and then it was too late,” she said.

As for the assumption that Whitney was introduced to drugs by her ex-husband Bobby Brown, Monique says that isn’t the case.

“Drugs were around her for years before she met Bobby and continued after he left. It was worse when they were together, but he didn’t cause it,” she added.


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