Houston died on the eve of the Grammys in 2012, after being discovered unresponsive in a hotel bathtub. AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File
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Whitney Houston's mother had no clue about allegations that her son and superstar daughter were molested as children until the making of the new documentary "Whitney," the film's executive producer says. Patricia Houston, the sister-in-law of Whitney, is responsible for getting the film to screen. Directed by Kevin Macdonald, "Whitney" paints an intimate portrait of the Grammy-winning pop singer and actor through interviews with her brothers, her mother, friends and behind-the-scenes footage.The alleged incidents took place when Gary and Whitney were between the ages of 7 and 9 and Cissy was touring. Warwick, who was 18 years older than Whitney, died in 2008 .The documentary suggests that the sexual abuse endured by the children was a significant contributor to their struggles with drugs as adults.
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