UPDATE: 5:41 PM ET
The expensive designer clothing that Ray J is being sued for by L.A. stylist Marc Littlejohn have been found, TMZ reports. The clothes were left in Whitney Houston’s hotel room on the night she died and haven’t been seen since.
Here’s more on the update:
But now Ray J’s rep tells TMZ the mystery was solved last night when one of Whitney’s associates handed the clothes over to the singer. Sources tell us the items were taken from Whitney’s room along with the rest of her belongings. We’re told Whit’s people couldn’t get in touch with Ray J because he changed his phone number.
Ray is expected to reach out to the designer to settle the legal matter.
Singer and former reality TV star Ray J is being sued by L.A. stylist to the stars Marc Littlejohn for some expensive clothing that mysteriously disappeared from Whitney Houston’s hotel room on the day she died back on February 11, reports TMZ.
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In his court filings, Littlejohn claims that he was hired by Ray J to style him for a Grammy event the day before Houston was found dead, after drowning in a bathtub due to a prescription overdose.
The stylist contends that he let Ray J borrow quite a few expensive clothing items, but he has not seen them since that fateful day.
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Now Littlejohn is letting the courts do his battling for him and is suing the reality star for $2,880.
The wardrobe stylist and costume designer, who has dressed the likes of Cher, Beyonce, Tyra Banks and Vanessa Williams, says that he has tried on numerous occasions to contact Ray J and his momager, Sonja Bates-Norwood, for information as to the whereabouts of the clothing or for payment of them but he keeps hitting a brick wall.
Ray J is yet to publicly respond.