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Posted: 11:15 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013
By Jennifer Brett
Beverly Hills authorities are investigating a claim that a police sergeant made lewd remarks while ogling the naked remains of the late Whitney Houston, the LA Times reports.
The singer died in February 2012 at age 48.
Allegations from a police sergeant who responded to the scene claim a colleague peeked at the body and made untoward comments including, "Damn, she’s still looking good, huh?” the Times reported.
Following Houston's death, Atlanta entertainment mogulTyler Perry arranged for her remains to be transported to her native New Jersey, and spoke at her funeral. Perry has since served as a sort of mentor to Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina. Although Krissy, as she is called by family, joined the cast of one of Perry's shows, she has confronted troubles with the law.
Houston's daughter has announced she and Nick Gordon,who also has faced his share of troubles with the law, are engaged.
Jennifer Brett writes The Buzz blog for accessAtlanta.com
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