In a sad story that keeps getting sadder, Whitney Houston's former bodyguard Alan Jacobs has come forward to speak on his time as Houston's director of security from 1995 until 2002, when he allegedly left over concerns regarding her drug problem. Jacobs says, "[I told her,] 'You hired me to do a job, to protect you ... but I cannot protect you from yourself.'" The segment from Good Morning America brings up an interesting debate about how much responsibility a person's staff has in their boss's health and livelihood. When a person's job is ostensibly to protect their employer from physical harm, is it their obligation to step in when that employer is self-harming? Or is it, as Houston and Jacobs have both said, a personal battle that is ultimately not their business?