Washington, Jan 30: Whitney Houston's mother Cissy has admitted in her new book 'Remembering Whitney' that she had doubted whether Bobby Brown was right for her daughter from the start.
She thinks that the late singer might not have ended up so "deep" into drugs had they not stayed together.
"I do believe her life would have turned out differently. It would have been easier for her to get sober and stay sober. Instead she was with someone who, like her, wanted to party. To me, he never seemed to be a help to her in the way she needed," CBS News quoted her as writing in the book.
'Remembering Whitney' came out Tuesday, two weeks short of the first anniversary of Houston's death.
During a recent telephone interview, the legendary singer's mum said that she has no contact with Brown and didn't see any reason to, not even concerning her granddaughter, Bobbi Kristina.
She reaffirmed her comments in the book that Whitney would have been better off without him. (ANI)