From the “I didn’t see this coming” file

Whitney Houston into drug rehab
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Grammy-winning pop singer Whitney Houston has entered a drug rehabilitation facility, her publicist said.
Houston “thanks everyone for their support and prayers,” publicist Nancy Seltzer said in a statement Monday. She declined to offer any further details.
Houston, 40, admitted in a December 2002 television that she had abused drugs in the past, but told interviewer Diane Sawyer on ABC’s Primetime that she had managed to get beyond that time through prayer.
Houston’s husband, R&B singer Bobby Brown, was sentenced to 60 days in jail in late February for violating probation. One of the violations included a December misdemeanour battery charge for allegedly striking Houston, leaving her with a bruised cheek and a cut inside her lip.
In January 2000, Houston left behind a bag at Keahole Kona International Airport in Hawaii that allegedly held roughly 15 grams of marijuana and three partially smoked marijuana cigarettes.
In 2001, a petty misdemeanour drug charge relating to the incident was dismissed against Houston after a drug counsellor filed an assessment with prosecutors stating that Houston did not require treatment for substance abuse.
Brown and Houston have been married since 1992 and have a 10-year-old daughter, Bobbi Kristina.