Whitney Houston's sister-in-law on months before her death: "Things were really changing with her"
Whitney Houston's sister-in-law has revealed that she was concerned about the superstar for some time and feared receiving terrible news so almost wasn't suprised when it was announced that she had died.
In a new interview with Oprah, Patricia Houston explained that the 'I Will Always Love You' superstar's behaviour had changed a lot in her final months, which had worried her family considerably:
"Things were really changing with her... It wasn't about substance abuse... It was just more of the lifestyle. I was afraid of other things."
"I saw her chasing a dream... looking for love in all the wrong places."
When Oprah asked her, "did you think that drugs would end up taking her? Did you think that?", Patricia simply responded:
"The handwriting was kind of on the wall. I would be kidding myself to say otherwise."
Details of the late Houston's will were unveiled earlier this week and she has left all of her money, possessions and personal effects to her 18-year-old daughter Bobbi Kristina.
Watch the exclusive preview of Oprah's candid interview with the Houston family here:
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