Bobby Brown Kicked Janet Jackson Out His Hotel Room
New alleged details about Bobby Brown’s life are being brought to the forefront. In a new TV movie based off his autobiography released in 2016, Every Little Step: My Story, new information is being released about a specific scene with Janet Jackson, who will be played by Cree Davis.
In his book, Brown mentions he was having an affair with Jackson – in the mid 1980s – while she was still married to James DeBarge. Brown was recently confronted on The Breakfast Club if any details about their relationship will be in the film; he teased there would be, but also added he had not seen any final edits of the movie. In the novel, upon the mentioning of their affair, Brown alleges he kicked the “Rhythm Nation” singer out of his hotel room after having intercourse.
The scene is portrayed to have Jackson and Brown, who is played by Woody McClain, in his hotel room after a steamy scene. While the two love birds have some pillow talk, Brown is said to have confronted Jackson about taking their relationship further. The two get into a heated argument and Brown throws her out of his hotel room, after Jackson reveals she loves him, but not in love with him. In the scene, Brown reportedly says,
“You too good to be in my room, then you can get the hell out of here!”
Years later, Brown has noted that he exploded and that he was heartbroken. Brown’s book is the first mention about their affair was in his memoir.
Janet Jackson has yet to respond to any of these claims.