Whitney Houston: Heard 'apparently not breathing' in recently-released 911 call
Whitney Houston's 911 call, made following the discovery of her body, has been released.
The legendary performer drowned in her bath tub at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in February at the age of 46 in what was later reported to be brought about by a drug overdose.
Obtained by TMZ in a recording, a man who identifies himself as part of the hotel's security team reports a "46-year-old female found in the bathroom" and requests for paramedics to come immediately to the scene.
"Apparently she wasn't breathing and she's 46 years old. The person who called me was irate and I couldn't get much out of her," the caller said, referencing an original notification received by Hilton staff from an unknown woman who repeatedly hung up before giving requested information.
Houston was never identified by name by the security employee. She was pronounced dead on the scene upon the arrival of paramedics.
On Wednesday, Police concluded the investigation into Houston's death, and determined that no crime had been committed.