Bobby Brown claims he had sex with a ghost in his Georgia mansion

'This was a really, really spooky place,' says Brown

Maya Oppenheim
Wednesday 08 June 2016 15:07
Bobby Brown Says He Had Sex with a Ghost

Bobby Brown has claimed he had sex with a ghost in a mansion in Georgia.

The 47-year-old R&B singer, who was married to Whitney Houston, said he was sober while he saw the ghost.

“I bought this mansion in Georgia … this was a really, really spooky place,” Brown told ABC’s 20/20.

“But yes, one time, I woke up, and yeah, a ghost. I was being mounted by a ghost.”

“I wasn't high at all. I was not tripping. I’ve had crazy situations”.

Brown, who is now married to Alicia Etheredge-Brown, has struggled with drug addiction and alcoholism but he is clean now.

In the interview, Brown also spoke candidly about coping with the death of his wife Houston and their daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown.

Bobbi Kristina died after being found unresponsive in a bath, with medical records showing it to be the result of immersion in water and drug intoxication. She was found in the bath in January 2015 and was kept in a medically induced coma for several months before dying in a hospice in July of that year.

Houston also died in a bath several years earlier in February of 2012 and the official coroner's report listed heart disease and cocaine use as contributing factors.

A representative for Brown did not immediately respond to request for comment.

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