Author Ian Halperin’s book discloses the singer’s relationship with close lady pal and assistant
A new book on late singer Whitney Houston has revealed her alleged secret gay relationship with her personal assistant. The 'I Will Always Love You' hit-maker's book titled Whitney and Bobbi Kristina: The Deadly Price of Fame by Ian Halperin, disclosed that a lawyer tried to extort 3,27,300 dollars from the singer to keep her secret relationship with close pal and assistant, Robyn Crawford firmly under wraps.
John Houston, the late singing sensation's father, had even sent a confidentiality agreement to settle the matter.
The book also mentions the information provided by the late American singer's bodyguard Kevin Ammons — the fact that John didn't like Crawford and always wanted to keep her away from his family and daughter.
Notably, Houston had gifted Crawford a black Porsche as a token of their friendship on the day of her marriage with singer Bobby Brown.
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