Following up on the news we reported about remains found in Evangeline Parish earlier today, Cpl. Paul Mouton formally addressed the media as the body they believe to be Mickey Shunick was transported from the scene (pictured above) by the Lafayette Parish Coroner's Office.
Despite the news that Whitney Houston died as a result of an accidental drowning and that there was cocaine in her system, police say the report doesn’t raise issues to further expand their criminal investigation, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Just when you thought the Whitney Houston drama was winding down, TMZ reports that callers and emailers claiming to be relatives of the late legend are demanding the coroner’s office launch a murder investigation on the case.
Whitney Houston‘s body has been laid to rest and her cause of death has reportedly been determined, but for her family, the hard work of coming to terms with her untimely death has just begun — and part of that work will include attempting to track down a photographer who took unauthorized photos of the singer after she died.
Over the last week I have only been hearing bits and pieces about the bar fight at a Baton Rouge establishment, allegedly involving a group of LSU football players including Jordan Jefferson. The police report has been released and the details, based on eyewitness accounts, paint a pretty crazy picture.