WHITNEY HOUSTON INVOLVED IN BRAWL:

Kevin Ammons reveals in his book, "Good Girl, Bad Girl, " in 1991, Whitney Houston was in Lexington, Kentucky, relaxing at a elegant hotel (Radisson Plaza Hotel). She and her brother Michael went to the hotel lounge to watch the Evander Holyfield-George Foreman fight. When the crowd saw Whitney, they surged around her but her bodyguard informed the fans that Whitney wasn't signing autographs, she just wanted to relax and watch the boxing match.

This didn't sit too well with three white men. The three men were sitting at a nearby table, talking real loud, laughing and poking each other as they watched Whitney.

Whitney had enough. She had tried to ignore them and watch the fight but they wouldn't leave her alone. She said, "Come on, let's get out of here. We can watch the fight in our rooms."

Everyone went their separate ways and Whitney, Michael and Robyn took the elevator up to their rooms. When they got off at their floor, the same three men were waiting for them, insisting that Whitney give them her autograph. Michael told them to back off and one of them threw a punch at Michael. He punched back knocking the man on his ass. The guys friend's jumped in and racist slurs started flying. One of the men called Whitney a "stuck-up nigger bitch," and that's when Michael lost it. He wasn't about to let a bunch of rednecks insult his baby sister.

Fists were flying. It was three against one but Michael was holding his own and then Whitney jumped on the back of one of the men and began slugging him and then she delivered a solid blow to the his jaw, knocking him off Michael. Everybody was cussing, punching and rolling around the floor. Doors were being flung open down the long corridor. Guests couldn't believe their eyes. The elegant and beautiful Whitney Houston, cussing like a sailor and delivering punches that would have made George Foreman proud. One of the guests said they heard Whitney yell, "You're going to die, you son of a bitch!"

Someone called the police and they broke it up. The trio of men filed a lawsuit against Whitney and Michael charging them both with assault but the suit was dismissed.

Whitney was overheard saying, "I kicked ass, baby. I wasn't about to let those "hillbilly motherfuckers" hurt my brother."

 

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