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'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.
'I don't think he was a bad person, I think he was probably a good father and he cared and he was a philanderer and how many guys are like that.
Police said the woman at the scene that they are now questioning was in some sort of dating relationship with the victim."There was a female who remained at the scene.
'Certainly the people closest to Whitney, like Bobby Brown and Patti Howard, all feel that Robyn got driven out.
If she stayed around, Whitney would probably be around too.'Robyn worked as Whitney's assistant from 1979 and eventually earned the position of creative director before quitting in 2000.
Nick said: 'One of the things that surprised me is that he never came out in his defense. Then there was the whole domestic violence thing too and I think everybody in that group was pretty violent with each other.
I don't think he was by any means an angel but I think he genuinely loved her and they had a dysfunctional relationship.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.She advised she was in some kind of dating relationship with the male and at some point he was stabbed.She is down at our homicide division giving a statement right now," Houston Police Lt. Investigators said they are not sure if this was a case of self-defense or something else.