An investigator has claimed that he has the video evidence to prove that Whitney Houston did not die of a drug overdose but was killed by drug dealers.
Paul Huebl says he has turned over the video evidence to the FBI that shows the 48-year-old singer was killed over a drug debt in February.
According to The National Enquirer, Huebl believes that the troubled singer was targeted by several high powered drug dealers who sent goons to collect a huge debt that she owed for the drugs.
Houston owed 1.5 million dollars to dealers, according to some reports.
However, Huebl said that he doesn’t know for certain that Houston was killed - only that evidence he collected could point in that direction.
He said that Houston received a delivery of cocaine to her room the day before her death and could be heard saying that she was tired of it.
He said that Houston had earlier been subjected to harassment by dealers trying to collect on her debt.
Huebl said that he obtained surveillance video that shows two unknown men, who repeatedly went to the Beverly Hilton and integrated themselves into the singer’s entourage, the Daily Mail reported.
He has claimed that they are the men, who slipped into Houston’s hotel room and killed her and also disagreed with the Los Angeles County Coroner’s ruling that Houston’s death was “accidental.
Huebl said that Houston’s body showed defense wounds that would have occurred while she was fighting for her life.
However, Huebl also said that the marks could have been obtained in some other ways and that they were only “suspected” defensive wounds.
He also said that he had evidence of her hotel room being ransacked, showing further hints of a violent struggle.
Huebl said that he gave his evidence to the Chicago field office of the FBI in the hopes that the agency will open a criminal investigation.
He conducted the enquiry after being hired by a client, who did not believe the official reports on Houston’s death.
Huebl believes that Beverley Hills police did not fully investigate Houston’s death, as they did not want to bring the negative attention to Beverly Hills or to the Beverly Hilton.
He did not name the person who had hired him.