Patricia Houston did not attempt to have Ray-J removed from the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night. It was previously reported that Ray-J was seated next to the late singer Whitney Houston’s sister-in-law when she requested security to remove him – he refused. Allegedly Pat decided to squash the incident as not to cause a scene.
It turned out that’s not what happened – at least according to Pat. Here’s how she put it to Hip Hollywood,
Pat explained that she had possession of six tickets for seats near the front of the stage at the Billboard Music Awards Show. Sitting in those seats were, Bobbi Kristina, her boyfriend Nick, a friend and two seat-fillers. At some point, Ray J moved from his original location to an open seat near Bobbi Kristina.
The production staff saw Ray J move and asked him to please return to his original seat. We’re told Ray J refused. Hotel staff/security witnessed Ray J’s refusal and stepped-in to ask him to return to his seat. Ray J again reportedly refused. After multiple attempts to get Ray J to return to his seat with no success, the Las Vegas Police were called by production staff to remove Ray J. Upon their arrival, Pat Houston was made aware of the situation, and told her security to inform the Police to “Stand-down” and that as the ticket holder, she would allow Ray J to remain in the seat.
Pat did not want Ray J removed and says all claims are completely FALSE, telling us, “Im a woman of order and dignity, I would have not had anything to do with that”
Ray-J is however standing by his statement, “Pat ruined what was a great opportunity to honor the woman who I loved.”
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Ray J’s opportunity to honor a woman he loved would have been to purchase a seat closer to the front. Instead, he chose to cause a scene over a seat that was not rightfully his to be in, and then blame the ordeal on Patricia the rightful owner. Whether she had him removed, or not, is not the point; he never should have attempted such a bold move. Furthermore, he should have respectfully removed himself. Take responsibility for your actions, Ray J; stop blaming others for your immaturity. Honor comes with respect.