'There was a lot of fighting that went on, physical fighting, I think he was unfairly blamed for a lot of things.I don't think he was by any means an angel but I think he genuinely loved her and they had a dysfunctional relationship.The principle of the app will be almost identical to Tinder, with the famous Swipe to validate or not the games but Bumble will stand out by offering more than just a photo to decide.

'The fact that she grew up in Newark wasn't something that was ever made anything of anyway, in a way I think everybody was surprised that she grew up in the hood, although it makes complete sense.

'I think Clive Davis did such a brilliant job so it kind of made sense that Bobby Brown wasn't the villain that he was portrayed.

Whitney Houston's closest friends believe she was in a lesbian relationship with her assistant.

In a documentary about her life, those closest to Whitney say she was in a relationship with Robyn Crawford, 56, the woman who spent 20 years by her side working for her.

Whitney: Can I Be Me examines the highs and lows of her glittering career, while discussing who might be responsible for her tragic downfall and the drug habit that would go on to kill her.

It sees Ellin Lavar, who dressed the singer, and her security guard, Kevin Ammons, confess that Whitney was bisexual and in love with her assistant.

Speaking exclusively to Mail Online, documentary maker Nick Broomfield credits Robyn for keeping Whitney 'on the rails' but believes her fans are too obsessed with the intimate details of their relationship.

The filmmaker, whose movie about the legend airs on the BBC this weekend, finds it bizarre that Whitney's fans are so interested in her sexuality and the nature of her relationship with Robyn.

Nick said: 'Bobby Brown loved Whitney enough to say if Robyn Crawford had been around he believed Whitney would still be alive.