In isolation, Whitney Houston‘s death remains one of music’s biggest tragedies. Yet, the aftermath of her passing continues to rustle feathers.
From the demise of daughter Bobbi Kristina, to a divisive biopic, and more recently a hologram fiasco, it’s been far from plain sailing for the late singer’s estate – which is headed up by sister-in-law Pat Houston.
The icon’s posthumous narrative takes another interesting turn today, for it has been announced that over 100 of her personal items are being put up for auction – including her passport.
Speaking on the sale which takes place June 24th-25th at Heritage Auctions in Beverly Hills, Pat said in a statement:
“We felt that it was time to give something of Whitney to the people who loved her and her music.”
Ahead the live date, the artefacts will be on display at the Heritage Auctions gallery in New York City (June 13th-17th) and at the Beverly Hills location (June 22th-23th).