The family of the late Whitney Houston struck a deal to sell video of her homegoing ceremony.
Over the weekend, the Houston family allowed one camera to show footage of the services — and the Associated Press provided the live pool feed for other outlets to take part in the broadcast. However, every outlet had to take down their footage 24 hours later.
According to TMZ, which spoke to a rep to confirm the news, the Houstons have “agreed to license footage to several media outlets.”
The rep says the family is charging “customary fees” to “help maximize the estate for the benefit of Bobbi Kristina [Brown].”
Before her untimely death, there were reports about the state of Whitney Houston’s family affairs. However, Houston’s camp denied reports of her being broke.