The fall-out from Whitney Houston‘s death two weeks continues: Now, a group staffers at the Beverly Hilton — where Whitney died on Feb. 11 — have been fired for talking to the press about the singer’s death.
Those staffers were “immediately reprimanded by the hotel and subsequently lost their jobs,” reports RadarOnline.
A source adds, “The hotel employees that talked to the media were fired because they violated hotel policy…They weren’t high level employees, but the hotel didn’t want anyone to talk about Whitney’s tragic death.”
While these employees have been fired, there’s no word yet about the fate — let alone identity — of the individual who violated Whitney’s final moments and took a photo of her in her casket, which is on the cover of The National Enquirer.
What do you think? Should the hotel staffers have been fired?
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