Sources have said that Whitney Houston did not seem like she was trying to end her own life
Whitney Houston's death will be ruled as an accident, sources close to the investigation have revealed.
According to reports, officials that have been tasked with looking into the circumstances surrounding the singer's untimely demise have not found any evidence to indicate that she was trying to take her own life or that any other party was involved.
The insider, who spoke to E! News, said: 'She had no marks on her body whatsoever to indicate a struggle, and she was the furthest thing from trying to kill herself.'
Meanwhile, US superstore Target has been forced to pull a greetings card that made fun of Houston's turbulent relationship with Bobby Brown.
The card read: 'Next time you think of dating the bad boy consider Whitney Houston.'
Having received a number of complaints, the store removed the card and insisted that it had been available to buy long before the star's death.
A spokesperson said: 'As soon as this was brought to our attention, we began the process of removing the card from all applicable stores.
'It is never our intent to offend guests with the products we offer, and we take feedback from guests very seriously.'
The 48-year-old singer's body was found submerged in a bathtub in her Beverly Hilton Hotel suite on February 11.
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