Bobby Brown’s Sister Leolah Brown Says Ray J was Whitney’s ‘Runner Boy’ [Details]

Rucuss staffMarch 23, 2012

Bobby Brown’s sister Leolah Brown made some explosive allegations against Ray J on HLN’s Dr. Drew Show Thursday night.

Brown sat down with Dr. Drew to talk about how she felt after she learned the toxicology reports revealed that Whitney Houston’s cause of death was accidental drowning and the combined effects of heart disease and cocaine use. There were other drugs found in her system that  included xanax, marijuana, benadryl, Flexeril but they didn’t contribute to her death.

Leolah, who appeared to be very distraught, revealed that she saw Ray J make a quick getaway from the hotel room after Houston’s death.

“Why is he hiding his face? He’s always trying to show his face when he’s with  Whitney. Why now? Why you trying to hide, Ray J?” she asked.

Leolah said Whitney told her that she never had a relationship with Brandy Norwood’s brother, despite rumors that they were in a relationship. Bobby Brown’s sister revealed that Ray J was just a ‘runner boy’ for Whitney. She claims he was the person who allegedly got drugs for the pop legend.

“Whitney laughed when I asked were her and Ray J in a relationship,” Leolah said. “Whitney told me Ray J was her runner boy. Ray J is using Whitney Houston’s name.”

Leolah also claims she signed papers for legal guardianship of Whitney’s daughter Bobbi Kristina years ago and she never signed new papers giving up that right. Bobby Brown’s nephew Kelsey Brown added that Pat Houston is manipulating the teen and they are very weary of her.

Jerod Brown, also Bobbi Kristina’s cousin, said he saw Whitney’s brother Gary and Pat come out of the singer’s room after her death with luggage and jewelry. He said it bothered him because as Bobbi Kristina was crying in the hallway they kept walking with the luggage without consoling her.

Leolah said Pat manipulated her way into the family and that  Gary was married to Monique Houston at the time they met.

Watch interview below.

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