Raffles van Exel thought he could start with a clean slate after laying low for several weeks. But no.
Lying his way through an interview with Britain’s the Sunday Mirror he frustrated many fans of Whitney Houston and Michael Jackson.
You can read the full interview here, but here are some of his lies: He met Whitney in Holland in 1988. Did he now? Well, that makes a change from the stories of meeting George Benson, who helped him move to the USA where he met Bobby Brown and got friendly with Whitney through him.
And that other story in his that flopped reality series he was filming where he told the producers he first met Whitney in Amsterdam doing weed with her in a cab. Now, of course, he says he’s never ever done drugs.
Then he claims he had no idea Whitney was using drugs in her last few years. He most have been the only person in the world not to have realised. Her family was pretty aware too, so were the people who toured with her during her last, disastrous tour. Raffles claims he has been with her when in the thick of her addictions in the 1990‘s. Yet when she apparently went back on drugs he didn’t have a clue?
His description of how Whitney lay dead when she was found in her hotel room clashes with every other account, including her autopsy report.
He now denies cleaning Whitney’s room, claiming he wants to sue the Dutch paper that reported it. Sadly he forgets millions of people heard him say it on live TV.
Jacky Jasper says: “Raffles says he notified Bobby Brown of Whitney’s death and explains he transported Bobbi Kristina to Cedars Sinai Hospital (but, he obviously forgot to mention that’s when he took pictures of a distraught Bobbi Kris before selling them to the tabloids).
He talks about his friendship with Michael Jackson, how important Michael and Whitney were in each others lives, calling each other day and night. Whitney nor Michael ever talked about this, and Whitney herself said she had not spoken to Michael for a long time after his death.
Meanwhile he’s also in trouble with the Jackson family again, as he has been spreading rumours about having sex with one of the Jacksons. Which one? Michael? No. Jermaine? No. Randy? No. No, you can name everyone of the brothers and sisters, and 3T but no. Raffles claims to have sex with the hot, young and sexy … Joe Jackson!! Yep, I was as surprised as you were. But Jacky Jasper actually discovered this bizarre rumour started by Mr Exel. This is Joe´s reaction: “What?!? No…No…that’s not true, it’s all lies. How do we get Raffles? Raffles needs to stop calling my name, I don’t know him like that. Why isn’t Raffles in jail? Raffles, John Branca and Harvey Levin are all working together. John Branca forged Michael’s signature on his Will, to steal my son’s estate.”
Meanwhile news has surfaced that a sitting Florida Superior Judge along with Congresswoman Corrine Brown and her office conspired with Raffles to obtain valid immigration status in the USA. Despite Raffles having been forcefully removed from the country on numerous instances prior and a criminal record for theft and fraud.
In these documents, exclusively obtained by Hollywood Street King, there is a conversation between Raffles and the Judge (for the time being we are keeping the identity of the Judge a secret). In this conversation, the Judge tells Raffles that he is, “forwarding Raffles information to a friend who will expedite the matter”. The judge goes on to say that this friend is “trustworthy and confidential” and that Raffles should be “very candid.”
As it goes, the mystery Judge involved with Raffles forwarded his case on to the Congresswoman who had her chief-of-staff appoint a person close to the congress woman to handle the matter. This comes just three months after Raffles used the same Florida Judge to help craft a fraudulent employment letter for Raffles, which was then submitted to the American consulate.
As the State of Nevada is mentioned in one of the documents, it is thought Dr. Tohme Tohme or his partner at TRW Advertising, Sig Rogich, of Las Vegas, Nevada, might have been involved in this? In any case: Raffles is pretty protected by judges and politicians alike.