The 911 call made on the night Whitney Houston died has been released.
A member of the Beverly Hilton security team placed the call about a “46-year-old female found in the bathroom,” but does not not refer to Houston by name.
In the recording, the male caller can be heard saying: “I’m not sure if she fell or if she was in the bathroom with the water.”
He said said he alerted to the situation by an “irate” woman but could not provide more information or giving instructions for CPR because she “kept hanging up.”
The 911 operator is heard saying he will dispatch an emergency crew immediately.
According to the Los Angeles Coroner’s Office autopsy report, “foul play” has been ruled out in Houston’s death.
The 48-year-old was found face down in the bathtub with a bloody nose and the remnants of cocaine nearby at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 11.
The Beverly Hills Police Department cited cause of death as accidental drowning, before closing the case Wednesday, according to gossip website TMZ.
Houston’s family, including Bobby Brown’s sister Leolah Brown, have insisted the death be investigated as a murder since someone sold Houston the illegal drugs, and staff seemed to not properly monitor her and allowed her to purchase the drugs.
Although it has been claimed cocaine was removed from her bedroom at the hotel before the law enforcement authorities arrived to the scene of her death, the BHPD have denied this occurred.
According to the final coroner’s report, a “small spoon with a white crystal-like substance in it and a rolled up piece of white paper” were found on the counter of Whitney’s hotel room, while “remnants of a white powdery substance” were found in a drawer and on the base of a portable mirror. Tests later confirmed the powder to be cocaine.
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She had two superficial abrasions on the left side if her forehead, one on the bridge of her nose, and several other small abrasions on her body – although there were no signs of strangulation or of someone holding her head underwater to drown.
The autopsy report states that Houston’s long-term cocaine usage was evident by a hole in her septum, and she was also suffering from mild emphysema and heart disease.
On the day of the tragedy, she had been complaining of a sore throat and decided to take a bath before a pre-Grammys party. Her assistant left to run errands and returned at 3:35 pm PST to discover her lifeless body face down in about 12 inches of hot water.
The report states: “The assistant called for her bodyguard, and together they pulled the decedent out of the bathtub.”
Paramedics arrived about 10 minutes later and moved her to the living room floor before concluding she was dead at 3:55 pm.
According to reports, there was no use of CPR by Houston’s bodyguard or assistants to try to resuscitate her.
The lack of an effort by her staff to save her life lends credence to the possible conspiracy to allow Houston to die – to murder her.
They may not have physically killed her with their own hands, which is proven by the post mortem report, but they allowed her to take the drugs, they did not monitor her in the bathroom when they knew she was intoxicated and then they did not attempt to save her life with CPR when the found her drowning.
Why did her female assistant keep hanging up on the hotel employee who was trying to give her instructions on performing CPR? Was she getting rid of drug evidence that she thought was more important than trying to save Houston’s life because she thought she would go to jail? Was she trying to stall so she would have an excuse to just let Whitney die?
Houston’s staff members waited at least 10 minutes until the paramedics arrived. Within that amount of time, the chance of resuscitating a person and saving her life is almost impossible.
Possibly Houston’s staff was paid off by people who wanted her dead.
Rumors have been asserted that Houston was not only killed by a drug dealer hitman, but she was also a victim of a murder sacrifice by members of the Illuminati New World Order.
The world-dominating cult may have wanted her dead because she refused to perform their Satanic rituals, she was difficult to control and she was worth more dead than alive.
At the time of Whitney Houston’s death, she reportedly owed over $1.2 million to drug dealers and spent all advancement loans on her $100 million recording contract.
Leolah Brown said in several recent TV interviews, such as with Access Hollywood and Dr. Drew, that she not only believes Houston was murdered, but she also fears her niece Bobbi Kristina is in danger of being killed too.
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