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Whitney Houston's tragic final moments as she sang to herself in bath before drowning
Whitney Houston spent her last moments feasting on food and singing to herself before she was discovered dead in her bathtub, according to reports.The award-winning songstress left the world stunned when she tragically passed away in February 2012 at the age of 48, leaving behind her daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown who she shared with ex-partner Bobbi Brown.Whitney was scheduled to appear at the annual pre-Grammy Awards party hosted by her long-time mentor Clive Davis during the evening on the day she died.READ MORE: Inside Whitney Houston’s 'intimate on all levels' romance with 'lover' Robyn CrawfordOn the morning of February 11, sources claimed she had breakfast at the Beverly Hilton Hotel alongside her daughter Bobbi, but later retired to suite Suite 434 where she ordered more food and took some Xanax.Talking to Radar Online about her drug addiction, a source told Radar Online: "She frequently took anti-anxiety medications to help her sleep after nights of heavy partying."She also took them before big performances to calm her nerves."A while later, Whitney apparently then took a phone call from her cousin, singer Dionne Warwick and discussed seating arrangements for the evening.This was then later followed by another call from her mum, gospel singer Cissy Houston, which the publication described as a "cheerful and upbeat" conversation.The reports also claimed that Whitney is said to have told her assistant that she had a sore throat and was going to take a bath before the pre-Grammys bash at which she was scheduled to perform at.It was then believed that the singer reportedly ordered more food via room service, eating a burger with fries while she ran the bath.
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Boxer shot dead by lover's angry husband after she met him to talk divorce
shot dead after taking a woman believed to be his girlfriend to meet with her estranged husband to discuss their divorce.Maurenzo 'Tuffy' Smith, 44, had accompanied the unnamed 28-year-old to a seafood restaurant where she met her 61-year-old husband, who is yet to be named.While the unnamed pair discussed their divorce proceedings, the separated spouses are said to have bubbled over with frustration after 20 minutes with an argument breaking out between the pair.READ MORE: Impact Wrestling's Sami Callihan praises 'island of misfit toys' after leg break returnAt this point, the husband is said to have left the restaurant, returned with a gun and fired off 13 rounds while inside the Crab Station Oyster Bar.Smith was struck and killed with multiple shots although the 61-year-old didn't manage to bump off his wife, who escaped the ordeal physically unscathed. The husband is said to have fled the restaurant soon after the shooting, hopping into his Maserati where he shot himself in the head.A representative for Harris County Sheriff's Office, Major Susan Cotter, said: "When he returned, he shot the male she was with multiple times, and he attempted to shoot her, but he missed.Houston cops responding to the event managed to catch up to the husband, who had sped away from the scene in a Maserati sports car.Officers were able to stop the 61-year-old, who subsequently exited the vehicle and shot himself in the head.The man was taken to Houston Northwest Hospital in critical condition and is not expected to survive the wounds sustained by the gunshot.
Houston is the most populous city in the U.S. state of Texas, fourth most populous city in the United States, most populous city in the Southern United States, as well as the sixth most populous in North America, with an estimated 2018 population of 2,325,502. Located in Southeast Texas near Galveston Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, it is the seat of Harris County and the principal city of the Greater Houston metropolitan area, which is the fifth most populous metropolitan statistical area in the United States and the second most populous in Texas after the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, with a population of 6,997,384 in 2018.
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