Leolah Brown Slams Pat Houston For Using Niece's Name For 'Personal Gain', Report
Leolah Brown Slams Pat Houston For Using Niece's Name For 'Personal Gain', Report

Leolah Brown Slams Pat Houston For Using Niece’s Name For ‘Personal Gain’, Report

Leolah Brown slammed Pat Houston for asking the public to donate money to her foundation on behalf of their niece, who died Sunday after remaining in an unresponsive state for nearly six months.

Leolah took to Facebook on Wednesday to state her outrage.

“The Brown family has just learned that Marion Patricia Houston, AKA: Pat Houston, is asking for the public to send money to her foundation (The Marion P Foundation) on behalf of my niece Bobbi Kristina,” Leolah wrote. “She has not even sat down & spoken to my brother Bobby, who is Bobbi Kristina’s father, about this.”

Brown further claims that Houston is using Bobbi Kristina’s name to collect money for her “personal gain,” saying “there is much evil hidden behind this foundation.”

Pat Houston is the sister-in-law of Whitney Houston, who died in 2012.

“PLEASE keep your money in your pockets and give absolutely NOTHING to the Marion P foundation. Unless you don’t mind supporting such an evil and dirty foundation. Lastly, keep your eyes & ears open as THE TRUTH is being revealed! God is in control today,” Leolah wrote. She added that “there is evidence of serious issues with” the foundation.

TMZ reports that the invitation for Bobbi Kristina’s funeral asks that donations be made to the foundation in lieu of flowers.


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