A new documentary is making the stunning claim that Whitney Houston was bisexual.
The documentary, Whitney: Can I Be Me, alleges that the “Greatest Love of All” singer had an intense relationship with her personal assistant, Robyn Crawford.
The documentary explores the behind-the-scenes drama of Houston’s 1999 world tour when her husband Bobby Brown and Crawford got into a brawl over the superstar.
“I think that Robyn was probably the only person at least I met who completely understood Whitney, and what Whitney was about," said Filmmaker Rudi Dolezal at the film's Tribeca Film Festival premiere Monday night. "And I think that Whitney trusted Robyn 100 percent.”
“Robyn was the one who was keeping her together,” added writer Allison Samuels in the film.
Even Oprah brought up the rumors in 2013 when she interviewed Houston’s mother, Cissy, a year after the singer’s death from a drug overdose.
Oprah asked: “Would it have bothered you if your daughter Whitney was gay?”
“Absolutely,” Cissy said, adding that she would not have liked it at all.
Whitney: Can I Be Me will open in theaters nationwide this summer.