Whitney Houston was murdered, private investigator claims

Getty Images File PhotoA private investigator has found evidence that Whitney Houston allegedly owed $1.5 million to drug dealers

Getty Images File PhotoA private investigator has found evidence that Whitney Houston allegedly owed $1.5 million to drug dealers

Radar is reporting private investigator Paul Huebl’s claim that Whitney Houston was murdered by her drug dealers, despite having a bad heart and an even worse addiction.

According to the National Enquirer, two shady men kept showing up at the Beverly Hills Hilton and were caught on surveillance tape entering her room before her death.

The motive? Houston allegedly owed her dealers ?$1.5 million.

Although the coroner’s report ruled out foul play, Huebl says the singer’s body had defensive wounds on it and that her room showed signs of a struggle.

He has compiled all of his “evidence” and will turn it over to the FBI for review.

Conspiracy theorists take note …

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