In the most recent development concerning the death of Whitney Houston, some have come forward to suggest that the singer was murdered. One caller went as far as to suspect a family member of the crime.
The Los Angeles County's Coroner office has received several phone calls concerning Houston's death. Although the calls have come from different numbers, each caller has reported the suspicion that Whitney Houston was murdered.
"The calls and emails were made by several different people, some claiming to be relatives of Whitney and some relatives of Bobby Brown," a source told TMZ.
One caller suggested that another member in the family had murdered Houston, although no supporting evidence was offered. Although the investigation into the singer's death remains ongoing, it had previously been stated that no foul play was suspected.
Facebook and Twitter members discussed the new twist on the TMZ blog.
"I've already stated several times here since Whitney's death... the Aunt killed her because Whitney found out she was stealing from her and was going to kick her to the curb after outing her, following the awards," Stiletto speculated.
"It was the aunt that got WH in the tub, brought her the food and checked up on her...and ultimately "found the body, pulled her from the tub and tried to revive her. She covered up her DNA left from the crime by doing this," the user added.
Many other users also remain suspicious.
"I do think they need to investigate. Feb. 11 was the first time she ever took a Xanax with alcohol or thought to mix it? I highly doubt that. She has had substance abuse problems in the past for years," Roxy said.
"Also, what ever happened to person in the room below her that said water from whitney's bathroom flooded into his bathroom from above the night before she died, and when he and security went upstairs to her room they saw a ****tered flat screen tv. Why didnt this ever get an explanation in the news. It all seems fishy, Whitney was actively exercising and trying to stay off drugs, I pray the truth come out," the user added.