Three weeks after the tragic loss of a music legend, Whitney Houston's death is expected to be ruled an accident. The singer was found submerged in a bathtub in the suite of her Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 11. But according to a source, "nothing suspicious" has been found to suggest it was anything but an accident.
An insider said of the scene: "She had no marks on her body whatsoever to indicate a struggle, and she was the furthest thing from trying to kill herself."
Right now, the cause of death on Whitney's death certificate is listed as "deferred" pending the results of toxicology tests. Police have reportedly been interviewing Whitney's doctors to see what kind and amount of prescription medication she was given. But the source adds that police are now nearing the end of the investigation, and they haven't found any link between the tragedy and the physicians.
Meanwhile, Bobby Brown's sister, Leolah Brown, believes Whitney's death was no accident at all. Leolah told Access Hollywood:
"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."
Houston's biopic is reportedly in the works, and a lot of names have been tossed around the rumor mill as to who will play the legendary singer. Before Whitney's passing, Brandy Norwood, who starred with Whitney in the 1997 adaptation of 'Cindarella' said:
"My dream role would be to play Whitney Houston."
Jordin Sparks, Jennifer Hudson, Vivica Fox and Rihanna are also rumored to be up for the role.