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2012-02-12 16:36
 
Los Angeles - Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina got into an angry shouting match with police officers outside the hotel room where her mother was found dead, the TMZ celebrity website reported on Sunday.

A Beverly Hills police officer earlier told reporters they were called to the Beverly Hilton, in Los Angeles, at around 15:20 PST on Saturday.

Emergency personnel found Houston's body in a fourth-floor room and she was pronounced dead at 15:55.

TMZ says Bobbi Kristina showed several hours after Whitney's death.

“We're told when officers informed her no one was allowed to see the body - BK screamed, cursed and demanded to see her mother.

"Ultimately, she was not allowed into the room and left. “

Whitney's cousin,  Dionne Warwick, is also said to have shown up – and turned away as well.

Reporters were told by police that family members and friends  who were in the room when authorities arrived, identified Whitney's body.
 

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