Bobby Brown suing the BBC and Showtime for Whitney-documentary

Bobby Brown from 1992 to 2007, was married to the late Whitney Houston, is claiming $ 2 million and the discontinuation of the dissemination of the documentary “Whitney: Can I Be Me’. According to Brown, is for the documentary, without permission, footage is used of him and his daughter. That report several Us media.

Bobby Brown (49) has lodged a complaint against, among others, the BBC and the American channel Showtime. Thirty minutes of images of him and his daughter, the late Bobbi Kristina Brown, would is used without permission. The images date from before the separation of Brown and Houston in 2007. Brown demands a sum of 2 million dollars (over 1.7 million).

The indictment points out, inter alia, the entry of Brown’s production company Brownhouse Entertainment in the credits, that the false impression could give Brownhouse permission would be given for the use of the images.

In an interview with musician magazine Rolling Stone said Brown at the start of this year that his ex-wife, not of a drug overdose had died. “I think she died of a broken heart”, declared the artist. Whitney Houston died on February 11, 2012 in a hotel room in Beverly Hills. The official cause of death was that she drowned in the bathtub, with the aggravating circumstances that shortly before her death, drugs and medicines had been used. Three years after the death of the singer was also her daughter Bobbi Kristina unconscious in bath found. Bobbi Kristina was transferred to the hospital, but died a few months later after she was in an artificial coma, was taken.

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