Family of Bobbi Kristina Brown Preps for Death and Nick Gordon Abuse, Murder Trial
In yet another tragic turn of events, the family of Bobbi Kristina Brown are saying their goodbyes in a Georgia Hospice Care facility. As the family preps for Brown's untimely passing, which has been all but confirmed by medical practitioners, they are also preparing for another battle. It has been reported that the family will be suing Nick Gordon over their daughter's inevitable death, which they claim was caused by Nick's alleged abuse. Did Nick Gordon murder his girlfriend and the youngest daughter of singer Whitney Houston?
Well, it certainly appears that the family of Bobbi Kristina Brown feel that way. And it turns out that they might not be the only ones.
After bruises were found on Bobbi's body, which officials removed from a filled bath tub, allegations of abuse ran rampant.
And, according to TMZ, the Houston/Brown families aren't the only ones who agree. According to the popular entertainment website, the D.A. has taken notice of Nick Gordon's alleged actions:
"The family's decision to take Bobbi Kristina off life support signals that Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown's daughter is about to pass, and the D.A. has already taken notice...The Fulton County D.A. tells TMZ...'we will be reviewing the case with greater interest'...As we reported, bruises were found on her body and police suspected foul play, and began investigating her BF."
Of course, what the Brown family is most concerned with now is likely how much remaining time they have to spend with Bobbi, who will reportedly be passing along soon.
In fact, the Browns have already gathered to say their goodbyes at the hospice facility where Bobbi is being held:
"Family members of Bobbi Kristina Brown floated in and out of an Atlanta-area hospice care facility Thursday where the young woman was recently moved...The 22-year-old daughter of the late singer Whitney Houston was found unresponsive at her home in January. Her condition has worsened...Cissy Houston said then that Brown was no longer in a medically induced coma, but that she remained unresponsive."
We will keep you updated as new information becomes available.