Now that Whitney Houston's cause of death has been determined, fingers are starting to be pointed in different directions.
Bobby Brown's sister Leolah Brown appeared on HLN's Dr. Drew show and said Ray J may have provided Houston with cocaine. Brown claims she saw Ray leaving Houston's hotel on the day she died.
"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. "When I first heard she passed away I said, 'my God somebody gave her a bad bag.' I promise you that was the first thing that came out of my mouth. And then I saw Ray J, and it all added up."
Brown also accused Ray of being a "runner boy" who "knows somebody that sells drugs," which he supplied Houston with.
"I am going to believe that [it was] Ray J - who Whitney told me she had no relationship with," Brown continued. "Now this is a young boy who's running around telling people he is a boyfriend of Whitney's, but I know clearly that he wasn't. He was like she said, a runner boy."
Ray is defending himself against the claims. His publicist Courtney Barnes issued a statement to E! News today denying any involvement in Houston's death.
"Though Leolah Brown was nowhere near the Beverly Hilton hotel on the day Whitney Houston died, [HLN's parent company] CNN proceeded to broadcast an interview with Ms. Brown in which she falsely claimed that Ray J was at the hotel and contributed to Whitney Houston's death," reads the statement. "Even the most minimal inquiry with anyone actually in contact with Whitney would reveal that Leolah Brown had been out of contact with Whitney for more than a year and was nowhere near the scene on the day of her death."
The publicist warned that legal action would be taken against any media outlets that "republish these defamatory stories" without verifying the truth first.
The L.A. County Coroner's Office determined Whitney had used cocaine just prior to her death, but none was found in her hotel room.
Leolah Brown claims Ray J was Whitney Houston's cocaine supplier