*The attorney for Whitney Houston’s family says a clash between ex-husband Bobby Brown, and security, at the weekend funeral for the Grammy Award-winning pop singer could have been avoided if Brown had adhered to two agreements made to accommodate him and his family.
According to Atlanta based attorney, Mark Trigg, Brown was told that he would sit with the family at the church, without his entourage. The other part of the agreement was that he would not reach out to his daughter Bobbi Kristina unless she first reached out to him.
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And according to Trigg, he did just the opposite.
“We had a number of discussions prior to the service, and a very clear understanding as to exactly what was suppose to take place at the service,” Trigg told radio station V103.
The arrangements made for Bobby were completed after rumors that he wasn’t invited began to spread.
As a result of him breaking all the rules, Brown had a bit of a fight with security. So he left abruptly after kissing the casket of his ex-wife.
Trigg made sure to emphasize during the interview that at no point was Bobby an uninvited guest and was always welcome to be with the family.
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Meanwhile, Bobby was out and about Saturday night in Hollywood. He was spotted by TMZ leaving Hemingway’s Lounge with his fiancée, Alicia Etheridge. He had nothing to say about the Whitney photo, but he was quite playful once he got inside his ride … making all sorts of crazy faces for the camera:
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