Makes Sense

Whitney Houston‘s sudden death on Feb. 11th “is expected to be officially ruled an accident, a source with knowledge of the ongoing investigation” has told E! News’ Ken Baker and Natalie Finn. In other words, the cause of Houston’s death wasn’t much different than her slipping on a banana peel and hitting her head. Everything was hunky-dory lifestyle and health-wise, but all of a sudden an “accident” happened and she was gone…phffft.

  • 62Lincoln

    Perhaps the use of the word “accident” is simply meant to contrast with “suicide”, i.e. intentional?

  • Glenn Kenny

    He used…sarcasm.

  • DukeSavoy

    Doug.

  • Mr. F.

    Wells — time for you to drive to the E! offices and start shouting “This was not a bath accident!” in your best Richard Dreyfuss. Get some press for H.E.!

  • great scott

    She should have had a bigger tub.

  • The Thing

    A suicide is intentional. A drug overdose means that there was too much of one substance in her system for her to handle, and it shut down her heart/brain/lungs.

    What else do you call passing out in a bath tub and drowning? Hell, I’m sure if I took Nyquil the same would happen to me.

  • Hallick

    Wouldn’t “drug blunder” have been the more fitting ruling?

  • AnnaZed

    Well, it makes sense in a kinda ‘whoops I killed myself’ kinda way; drunk, high, get in warm bath and pass-out.

  • DiscoNap

    It’s not right, but it’s okay.

  • Hank94

    Yeah, Jeff, looks like you may not win this one. Bummer.

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    She should have had a bigger tub.

  • Kakihara

    Well, they called Heath Ledger’s death an “accident”, too…

  • vansmith

    Aww Whitney…what a tragedy.

  • http://www.franklin-et-marshall.net alico

    A suicide is intentional. A drug overdose means that there was too much of one substance in her system for her to handle, and it shut down her heart/brain/lungs.

  • Rachel Anderson

    She will always be remembered. She is a great singer as always. – Joe Aldeguer

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