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Houston Death / Price Interview #1014646

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 13, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) New video from a 2002 ABC interview with Whitney Houston, who died on Saturday in Beverly Hills, California, shown. [With Diane Sawyer and her daughter, HOUSTON - talks about her life 10 years later.] [L.A. County coroner's office Ed WINTER - comments on the Houston case.] The drug issue raised.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What is known about Whitney's final days leading up to her death in the bathtub reviewed; scenes and photos shown of her at a party with Grammy nominated singer Kelly Price and after; details given about reports of her erratic behavior at the hotel. [PRICE - talks about Whitney on Thursday.] [Police Lt. Mark ROSEN†- says she was pronounced dead.] Whitney shown singing with Price.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Kelly Price; photos shown. [PRICE - describes her behavior on Thursday at the pre-Grammy event; denies knowing about blood or an argument while Whitney was there in crowded conditions.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:13:50

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