Whitney Houston FBI File Release To The Public

The FBI has released Whitney Houston’s full investigation file which includes several letters of extortion.

The Bureau posted the 128-page file on their website on Monday (March 4th).

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The FBI helped to protect the music icon for more than two decades, during which time she received several threats.

There was one particular case where someone deemed to be a friend of Whitney Houston, demanded $250,000 from the singer or else they would leaked private details about the singer’s life including her romantic relationships.

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That incident took place just a few months after her infamous marriage to Bobby Brown.

Houston was also constantly harassed by over zealous fans.

“But because I have gotten that desperate and mad and would come up with ideas that that it scares me that I might come up with some crazy or stupid or really dumb idea that might be as bad as that or even worse than that,” one 28-year-old Vermont man wrote. “I might hurt someone with some crazy idea and not realize how stupid an idea it is until after I have done it. That really scares me.”

There were no prosecution after the FBI concluded no crimes were committed by any of the individuals involved.