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Who pushed Whitney Houston underwater?' Exclusive Story

Who pushed Whitney Houston underwater?' Exclusive Story


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Bill O'Reilly- Whitney Houston
Wanted To Kill Herself, But what do you really think? On tonight's
"Factor," Bill O'Reilly tackled the subject of Whitney Houston's death
by... going off on Tony Bennett for suggesting drugs be legalized?
O'Reilly also implied Houston's death wasn't a complete accident. As
speculation surrounding music legend Whitney Houston's death grows,
Nancy Grace insists there may be a more sinister plot in play.

The TV hostess and legal commentator appeared on CNN this afternoon to weigh in on the singer's death.

She
evoked the deaths of Anna Nicole Smith and Michael Jackson in speaking
about the prescription drugs Houston may have had in her system, and who
may have given them to her.

She said: 'I'd like to know who was
around her, who, if anyone gave her drugs - following alcohol and drugs -
and who let her slip, or pushed her, underneath that water? Apparently,
no signs of force or trauma to the body...'

Grace then added: 'Who let Whitney Houston go under her water?'

The
body of the singer, 48, was found in a bathtub at her suite in the
Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel on Saturday, surrounded by different bottles
of prescription pills including ibuprofen - a painkiller, Xanax - an
anti-anxiety drug, Midol - for menstrual cramps, amoxicillin - for
bacterial infections and several others. Los Angeles assistant chief
coroner Ed Winter refused to go into detail and said toxicology reports
will not be available for several weeks, making it impossible to
pinpoint the exact cause of death.

He confirmed to ABC that
officials found prescription bottles, but said there wasn't anything
'alarming' or 'out of the ordinary' about them.

Though there were
reports she had drowned, or overdosed, he said they won't make a final
determination until 'all the tests are in'.
Opinion: CNN later distanced itself from Grace's remarks about Whitney Houston's death

Opinion: CNN later distanced itself from Grace's remarks about Whitney Houston's death

TMZ
reported that some of the prescriptions were filled out at the infamous
Mickey Fine pharmacy, which was raided in 2009 by the DEA for evidence
of 'improper dispensing of controlled substances', in connection with
Michael Jackson's death.

CNN later distanced itself from Grace's
comments, as anchor Don Lemon said: 'That is not CNN's reporting. We
don't know that to be true.'

Grace's on-air remarks in the past
have drawn backlash from the legal teams of such high-profile defendants
as the Duke lacrosse players and Casey Anthony.

In 2006, Grace
came under fire when Melinda Duckett, the mother of a missing toddler,
killed herself the day after a heated interview with her.

The
woman's family charged that the intense media spotlight, and the
interview with Grace in particular, was the reason for her suicide.

Duckett's
death prompted her family to file a wrongful death suit against CNN and
Grace, which was later settled by setting up a $200,000 trust fund
devoted to finding her son Trenton.


Added: Feb-14-2012 Occurred On: Feb-14-2012
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