Leolah Brown, the sister of Whitney Houston's ex, says she’s in contact Beverly Hills police with suspicions surrounding Whitney's February 11th death.
"I believe Whitney's death was not accidental," Brown said. "No."
She refused to go into detail about who she thinks is involved in the death of Whitney and only added:
“My attorney has advised me not to get into that at all, but, it’s very important to know that she did not just pass away like that. No. And if it’s the last thing that I do, I’m going to find out what truly happened to my sister.”
But one person that can be ruled out? Her brother, Bobby Brown.
"Bobby has nothing, nothing at all to do with Whitney's death," Leolah said.
A post-mortem did not reveal how Whitney died, and the results of a toxicology report are still outstanding. According to the Los Angeles Times, police are still interviewing friends, family and doctors.
Meanwhile, Leolah is worried about the safety of her niece, Bobbi Kristina.
“Krissy is not safe right now. I want to say to Krissy that it’s very, very, very important that she does not trust anybody at this time. Anybody except her father, her grandmother Cissy and myself. And I mean that. Right now is the time to just really shut the door."
Leolah remained tight-lipped about who could pose a threat to Bobbi. But Leolah’s lawyer Reginald Mason added: “There are persons that possibly would want to take advantage of Bobbi Kristina’s fragile state of mind.”