Leolah Brown is once again accusing Pat Houston of hiding the truth about her relationship with the late Whitney Houston and the details of the music icon’s will!
In her latest Facebook rant, Leolah, who is the sister of Whitney’s ex-husband, Bobby Brown, said that Pat's statements about her business relationship with Whitney are a lie! “…and let me say this! I said this before and I am saying it again just in case,” Leolah began the heated post. “Whitney Houston NEVER hired Pat as her manager for starters!”
But along with the claims about Pat’s status as Whitney’s manager at the time of her death in 2012, Leolah also slammed claims that Pat is mentioned in Whitney’s will.
“Whitney's 'WILL' does not have Pat Garland, Houston or whatever name she uses, anywhere on it!” Leolah wrote.
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Whitney’s will came into question following the hospitalization of her late daughter with Bobby, Bobbi Kristina Brown, back in January 2015. But according to RadarOnline.com, the terms of Whitney’s Last Will & Testament say that if her daughter “doesn’t survive her,” the $20 million estate will be split among her mother, Cissy Houston, and her two brothers, Michael Houston and Gary Garland -- who is the husband of Pat Houston. And these details align exactly with Leolah’s claims that Pat is not mentioned anywhere in the will!
Leolah has been at odds with Pat ever since Bobbi Kristina’s hospitalization. But following the 22-year-old’s death, she became even more outspoken on her thoughts about Pat, taking to her Facebook account to share her thoughts on the death of her niece and who she feels played a role in it.
It was recently revealed the Bobbi Kristina’s Atlanta-area home has been sold by her family members. And attention now remains fixed on the wrongful death lawsuit that Bobbi Kris' estate filed against her troubled ex Nick Gordon. What do you think about Leolah’s comments on Whitney’s will? Tweet us @OKMagazine or let us know in the comments section below.