Was Whitney Houston Blackmailed By Extortionist Who Threatened To Tell Her Gay Secrets?

- By Bossip Staff


Poor Whitney. Even after death she’s still haunted by these rumors.

National Enquirer reports:

A 128-page document fro the secret files of the FBI has been released in answer to Freedom of Information Act requests and spans from 1988 to 1992.

A Vermont “fan” sent nearly 70 letters to Houston that were initially filed with love and admiration – then turned sick, NJ.com reports.

The redacted fan addict wrote, “I might hurt someone with some crazy idea and not realize how stupid an idea it was until after it was done.”

The confidential files also revealed a 1992 letter, marked “Extortion” by the FBI, that was sent to Houston’s Newark, N.J. offices of Nippy Inc.

In the letter, a woman demands $100,000 from Houston, “certain details” of her very “private life” would be exposed.

The blackmailer then upped the price to $250,000, claiming to have “intimate details” of Houston’s “romantic relationships.”

In an previously sealed interview with feds, Whitney admitted she ”did discuss personal things” with this person and allegedly paid off the person to keep quiet.

It’s been long rumored the blackmailer sough to hush up a reputed lesbian relationship.

SMH. People truly ain’t isht.

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