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Whitney Houston Allegedly Starring in Posthumous Celebrity Sex Tape

Just one month removed from her death, rumors of a posthumous sex tape and several sexy photographs starring Whitney Houston have started to surface.

According to a Star magazine "insider," Brandy's baby brother and former celebrity sex tape star Ray J (who introduced the world to Kim Kardashian via cunnilingus) has "a ton of sexually explicit photos and videos" of Houston.

However, the late singer's family is fighting to keep Ray J from cashing in on his pornographic "gold mine."


The magazine's source says that Houston's family has been in contact with Ray J, explaining to the 31-year-old singer that the crop of XXX memorabilia might paint Whitney "in a bad light." And Houston's camp added that "now is the time to honor Whitney, not drag her legacy down."



But Houston was quite capable of shattering her own legacy when she was alive.

In 2002, the singer sat down with ABC's Diana Sawyer for a candid interview. Admitting that "the biggest devil" was inside of her, Houston openly discussed her drug problems, reassuring the American public that she's far too rich for crack.

Cocaine, however, is a hell of a drug.

"My business is sex, drugs, rock 'n' roll. You know?" she said "I mean, my friends, we have a good time ... I wasn't like shooting heroin or anything."

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Coincidentally, Houston also talked about having a bad lovemaking habit, explaining that sex was one of the "few things" she was addicted to.

So we'll say the chances of a sex tape surfacing are as high as Whitney Houston was in the late '90s.



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