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The former husband of Whitney Houston enters rehab facility after enjoying a honeymoon with Alicia Etheredge in Mexico.
The former husband of Whitney Houston reportedly says he 'decided that he needed help and wants to make the best out of the rest of his life for his children's sake.'
The New Edition member and his manager wife enjoy honeymoon by spending a sunny day together in the Oahu island.
The former husband of Whitney Houston and his manager exchange wedding vows in Honolulu, Hawaii with their children surrounding them.
Contrary to the swirling rumors, a representative for the New Edition member claims the song was written a while back and its music video will feature his fiancee Alicia Etheridge.
'Don't Let Me Die', a single from Brown's new album, is the singer's ode for his ex-wife who died in February of drowning.
The ex-husband said the late singer took drugs way before she met him and he did not realize that she still fought the addiction before her death.
Through his lawyer, the former New Edition singer submitted a not guilty plea for the three charges that fell upon him last month.
The ex-husband of the late Whitney Houston is facing a maximum of one year in county jail if convicted on his DUI-related and driving with a suspended license charges.
The ex-husband of the late Whitney Houston was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence on March 26 afternoon after being pulled over in Los Angeles for talking on a cell phone.
The script was actually written last year but it did not receive a great attention from Hollywood producers until Brown's ex-wife's death in February.
Rumor has it, Bobbi Kristina has considered the name change when her parents separated in 2006, but she was blocked from doing so by the 'I Will Always Love You' hitmaker.
The 19-page document reveals that Bobbi Kristina will receive a portion of the 'I Will Always Love You' hitmaker's assets at 21, a little more when she turns 25, and the rest on her 30th birthday.
'It is never our intent to offend guests with the products we offer,' explains Target as the retailer decides to remove the card which text refers to Houston's rocky relationship with Bobby Brown.
Mark Trigg, who represents the Houston family, dishes in a radio interview that Bobby did not adhere to the seating arrangements, and broke promise not to reach out to Bobbi Kristina.