A new report from Chicago Sun-Times claimed Cissy Houston was so outraged by the National Enquirer's front-page casket photo of daughter Whitney Houston, she's seeking an in-depth investigation to find out who snapped the picture. An "Extra" source says the story is not true.
The story, which is unconfirmed, said a source claimed Cissy has requested all the people who could have possibly taken the photo -- including the Whigham Funeral Home staff -- take a lie detector test.
FOX News host Judge Jeanine Pirro told "Extra," "They could bring a lawsuit and go through depositions, but you can't force them to take a lie detector."
CNN host Piers Morgan also weighed in, saying, "I think you have to think very, very carefully about this. Obviously, newspapers do print pictures of dead bodies all the time, but this one was clearly, I guess, published without any permission."
It is believed Whitney's last image sold for an amount in the six figures.
Meanwhile, Sunday's 84th Annual Academy Awards will feature a Whitney tribute, with an Oscar producer revealing to "Extra," "We're recognizing Whitney Houston in the memoriam package."