Whitney Houston was sexually abused by her cousin, the late American soul singer Dee Dee Warwick, according to a new documentary which premiered at Cannes.
The film by Kevin Macdonald is the story of the singer’s life, as authorised by her family. Houston died in a bathtub at the Beverly Hills Hotel in February 2012, aged 48.
Gary Garland, Houston’s brother, speaks of their childhood and said that his greatest trauma was being molested "by a female relative" between the ages of seven and nine.
Mary Jones, Houston’s assistant, and the person who found her body, said that Houston told her the same thing.
She recalled Houston saying: "Mary, I was too. It was a woman."
Ms Jones, asked if the person…
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