The paperwork includes documents regarding an extortion case that was closed without anyone being prosecuted. Whitney reportedly paid off the person to keep quiet.
A letter marked “extortion” by the FBI from 1992 was sent to Houston’s Nippy Inc. offices in New Jersey, in which a woman demanded $100,000 from Whitney to keep “certain details” of her “private life” under wraps.
The woman later sent a second letter where she demanded $250,000 and revealed she had "intimate details" of Houston's "romantic relationships."
Whitney was interviewed by the FBI, two lawyers, and her father, according to the report. The legendary singer tells the agents she considered the woman a “friend” and “did discuss personal things" with her.
In the documents it appears Houston’s father sent the woman a confidentiality agreement along with an undisclosed sum of money. The case was closed soon after.
The information comes one year after Whitney was found dead in a Beverly Hills hotel room while preparing to attend her mentor Clive Davis’ annual Pre-GRAMMY’s party.