Police Department detectives of Beverly Hills desire to question Whitney Houston's correlate, Raffles Van Exel, for supposedly cleaning out the hotel room of the late pop superstar. As it is previously reported, Houston's toxicology report was unconfined by the office last Thursday which stated that "Cocaine and metabolites were recognized and were causative to the death. Marijuana, Alprazolam ‘Xanax’, Cyclobenzaprine and Diphenhydramine were identified but did not cause to the death."
Whitney Houston's death examination is now focused on members of her staff, Raffles Van Exel. "Whitney's family, counting her sister-in-law Pat Houston had completely no idea about Whitney’s drugs again," a law enforcement foundation tells all. "Her family has been tremendously supportive and they have been told that case officials want to talk to Raffles Van Exel about supposedly disappearing proof from Whitney's hotel room.
Cops need the answer of a simple question that who supplied Whitney with the cocaine, but if somebody tampered with the death scene that could be alongside the law in California. Investigators have made their efforts to make contact with Van Exel, but unable to do so. Denmark is the mother place of Van Exel, it is assumed that he may no longer be in the United States, despite all investigation really wants to investigate him."
Van Exel purportedly stated to a Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf that he cleaned out Whitney's hotel room after she died. According to him, he detached clothes and belongings of Whitney's and swept the room as well. He said that somebody had to do it because he room was empty and many visitors come there to visit. Houston was 48 when she passed away on February 11, 2012 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel one night before the Grammy Awards. Officials not believing about any foul play involved in death.