The National Enquirer involved in a scandal by putting on its cover a photograph of Whitney Houston's dead body in a bathtub.
The American tabloid National Enquirer hired an actress to simulate the Whitney Houston death scene , they took photos and published them on its cover with the title "Whitney's Final Minutes" But never clearly told its readers that it was staged.
As the room in which WhitneyHouston died has already been re-occupied, Jezebel writer Dodai Steward wonders aloud if National Enquirer journalists weren't the first to rent it,reports Now Public.
The National Enquirer also reported that Whitney Houston was "too dizzy from the alcohol and drugs to keep her head above water while slipping in the bathtub." The information given by the newspaper has not yet been confirmed by authorities in Bevery Hills that have not yet released details or the cause of death of Houston.
The body of 48 year old singer was found on Saturday night in the bathtub of her hotel room in Beverly Hills, where she was attending to parties that are traditionally carried out following the Grammy's .