It’s a confusing day in the world of Bobby Brown. The singer’s memoir, in which he supposedly accuses ex-wife Whitney Houston of fueling his cocaine and drug addiction, has been canceled, according to the book’s distributor, Atlas Books. The publicist promoting the book, however, vehemently denies the cancellation and says the autobiography, titled Bobby Brown: The Truth, The Whole Truth and Nothing But, will still be released on an upcoming unknown date. As Atlas has yet to return EW.com’s calls, it’s unclear whether the book has been dropped by the distributor, or if it’s being shopped elsewhere. Rest assured, we’ll stay on top of it and let you know as soon as we do.
UPDATE: Atlas tells EW.com that Brown’s legal council has put the memoir on hold while they work out final details on a deal to secure a publisher (the memoir is currently attached to Down South Books). They do, however, say that the book will be published, but on an unknown date to be set once negotiations wrap with the publisher. Atlas still plans on distributing the memoir.