Listen to the 911 call placed after Whitney Houston’s body was found

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The audio from the 911 call made the night of Whitney Houston’s death has now been released. The call, made on Feb. 11, was not made from inside Houston’s suite at the Beverly Hilton, but by a member of hotel security.

“I need paramedics. Apparently I’ve got a 46-year-old female, found in the bathroom,” a male security guard told the 911 operator. “That’s all I’ve got right now, but they’re requesting paramedics.”

The 911 operator asked the guard whether he could give CPR instructions to the person who found Houston’s body, but he responded, “No, because she keeps hanging up on us. The person who called me was irate, and I couldn’t get much out of her.”

Houston had a long history of substance abuse. Her body was found face-down in the bathtub when she was found by an assistant. Houston had been alone for about an hour. The final coroner’s report indicated that she died of accidental drowning. A white substance, a spoon, a mirror, and rolled up paper were all found in the bathroom where she died.

TMZhas uploaded the audio of the 911 call and you can listen to it below.


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