New Whitney Tell All Says ‘Cece Winans Attempted Intervention’

New Whitney Tell All Says ‘Cece Winans Attempted Intervention’

After first trying cocaine at age 14, Whitney Houston struggled with drugs all her life, that’s according to her long time best friend and personal assistant, Robyn Crawford, claims in her no-holds-barred new book, A Song for You: My Life with Whitney Houston.

Crushed by her onetime confidante’s tragic demise, Crawford heard horror stories of Whitney’s sad last days by the few people who still spoke to the increasingly erratic star.

Houston’s friend, gospel singer CeCe Winans, told Crawford about the last time she had seen or spoken to the singer in her Atlanta home.

“When she got there, she found her balled up on the floor in the center of the living room. When she kneeled down and put her arms around Whit’s body, she felt like skin and bones,” Crawford wrote. “She told her that if she kept on doing that stuff, she was going to kill herself.”

Winans took Houston to her Nashville home to sober her up, but Bobby Brown allegedly took her back home to Atlanta.

Houston eventually checked into rehab in California, Crawford wrote, but recovery just didn’t stick.



November 12th, 2019

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