Artist Whitney Houston performs onstage at the 37th Annual American Music Awards on Nov. 22, 2009 in Los Angeles.
At a press conference Monday morning, police talked about all the things they will not talk about regarding Whitney Houston, and confirmed few details in the investigation of her tragic death.
Beverly Hills Police Department spokesman Lt. Mark Rosen said many rumors were circulating, but that he did not know where they were originating.
At this time, said Rosen, they are not conducting a homicide or criminal investigation, but noted they were not ruling out anything.
He said authorities are proceeding with an active, sealed death investigation, calling it a coroner's case. Said Rosen, "We do not know the cause of death," asserting that the investigation is BHPD procedure based on Houston's age, not her "celebrity or notoriety."
He also confirmed she had been moved by the person or persons who found her, and not by Beverly Hilton hotel security or paramedics.
He would not elaborate on the L.A. Times news alert, sent moments before the conference, confirming the late singer was first found underwater in the bathtub of her fourth floor room.
He also would not comment on the condition of the body, and said he will have no additional details until the toxicology reports are released.
And, at this time, no 911 audio will be made available.
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