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Ray J wants you to know he was in NO way involved in the death of Whitney Houston. Bobby Brown’s sister, Leolah Brown , names Ray J as Whitney’s connection to drugs during an interview with Dr. Drew. She basically accuses Ray J of killing Whitney HoustonLeolah Brown also claims Ray J was at the hotel that morning, although his team says he was in San Diego and no where near the hotel room in Los Angeles on that fatal day. This is the second person from Whitney’s camp that believes Ray J was a bad influence on the singer. Whitney’s best friend and sister-in-law, Pat Houston, suggested something similar during an interview with Oprah. However, Leolah Brown and the Brown family do not have the best reputation when it comes to facts about Whitney or having Whitney’s best interest. After all, they did sell those infamous bathroom pics to the National Enquirer. So anything they say about Whitney should be taken with a grain of salt. Bottom Feeders!

In order to clear his name, Ray J’s publicist wants you to know the accusations are false. Here is the statement sent to us with a message that reads “VERY URGENT”:

To media outlets contemplating republishing a malicious and false story regarding Whitney Houston’s death:

CNN Headline News broadcast an interview with Leolah Brown last night  that was rife with false statements about our client,  Willie  Ray Norwood, Jr., professionally known as Ray J. Even though Leolah Brown was nowhere near the Beverly Hilton Hotel on the day Whitney Houston died, CNN proceeded to broadcast an interview with Ms. Brown in which she falsely claimed that Ray J was at the hotel and contributed to Whitney Houston’s death. Even the most minimal inquiry with anyone actually in contact with Whitney  would reveal that Leolah Brown had been out of contact with Whitney for more than a year and was no where near the scene on the day of her death. We urge you not to republish these defamatory stories and caution you that doing so without attempting to verify the truth of same will cause significant damages to our client which  may result in legal action. Thank you for your cooperation with respect to this sensitive matter.

Well, there you go.

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