While her Mendham, New Jersey home was sold earlier this year, Whitney Houston’s estate is now suing the company that commissioned the sale for belongings reportedly owned by the singer that are still locked inside the home.
According to The Daily Mail, Houston’s estate claims CPMG Mendham, the company that made the sale on the family’s behalf, has changed the door locks and chained the front gate. Houston’s sister-in-law, Marion, says she has been denied requests to enter the home, the report said.
A baby grand piano, jukebox, paintings, home furnishings and other items are being sought by the estate, the report said.
The home was listed for $1,499,900 and sold for less than a million dollars in February, the report said.
The home spans 13,000-square-feet and has five bedrooms, four full, and two half bathrooms. Houston married R&B star Bobby Brown at the house in 1992. Property taxes on the home in 2012 were listed at $37,400.