Houston’s Rep Denies Daughter Intervention Report

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December 16, 2010 | 8:50pm EST

Whitney Houston’s publicist has been forced to deny rumors the singer and her ex-husband Bobby Brown had to stage an intervention to put a stop to their 17-year-old daughter’s wild ways.
National Enquirer alleged Bobbi Kristina had raised fears she would fall victim to the same addiction problems as her mom and dad after images of her partying hit the web.

The pictures reportedly prompted Houston to bring in a drug counsellor to speak to the teen about the dangers of booze and illegal substances.

But a representative for Houston, who has battled with crack cocaine and cannabis habits, insists the reports are complete nonsense.

The spokesperson tells E! Online, “There is no truth to the reports about Bobby and Whitney staging an intervention with their daughter.”

Houston only beat drugs after her own mother staged an armed intervention to get the superstar back into rehab for a more intense treatment program.

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