Whitney Houston's body has been laid to rest and her cause of death has reportedly been determined, but for her family, the hard work of coming to terms with her untimely death has just begun -- and part of that work will include attempting to track down a photographer who took unauthorized photos of the singer after she died.
Whitney Houston may be gone, but she has not been forgotten, and her camp is making sure that her story will live on forever through film. Even before her death, Whitney Houston and her people were in talks to film a biopic about the singer's life -- and now that the 'I Will Always Love You' songstress is deceased, there's a whole lot of buzz about the movie and who will portray Whitney in the flick.
Following the fallout from the National Enquirer's publication of Whitney Houston's open casket photo, there's been quite a bit of speculation as to who leaked the shot. While the funeral home and Houston's family adamantly deny any involvement, Bobby Brown has remained silent on the matter.
The owner of the funeral home where Whitney Houston was laid to rest is firing back at allegations that she or her staff leaked the notorious open casket photo of the star to the National Enquirer. Carolyn Whigham, second-generation CEO of the Whigham Funeral Home in Newark, N.J., told the New York Daily News that she is "horrified" by the accusations -- and at the backlash resulting from them.