The coroner's office reported Sunday that no signs of foul play were found surrounding the death of singing legend Whitney Houston.
According to wire reports, Whitney Houston's stylist, hairdresser and two bodyguards were among the people in the room at the time. They reportedly became worried about Whitney because she had been in the bathroom for over an hour and it was time to start getting ready for the Clive Davis party.
According to sources, they began to knock on the door and there was no answer. The hairdresser, who is female, went in to check on Whitney. She immediately screamed and, according to sources, one of the bodyguards came running in and pulled her out of the tub.
According to Beverly Hills police officers, various prescription drugs — and no sign of illegal ones — were present in Whitney's room on the fourth floor of the Beverly Hilton hotel and she could have possibly drowned in the bathtub. EMTs on the scene said that her body had already been removed from the water so an autopsy [would be] needed to determine exact cause of death.
Whitney Houston's body was removed from the Beverly Hilton Hotel early Sunday morning, reports ABC. Bobby Kristina came to see her mother before her body was taken to the morgue for autopsy.