Bobbi Kristina Brown remains in a medically-induced coma after doctors treating her recently tried taking her off various medications, reports CNN. They had to put her back on the drugs because she started having seizures. She has been in a coma since being found unresponsive on January 31st.
Last week the daughter of the late star Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown had her breathing tube removed and the doctors performed a tracheotomy so she can now be ventilated through a hole in her throat.
In related news, her boyfriend Nick Gordon has taken out a restraining order against Roswell police, Read more
As Bobbi Kristina Brown lays fighting for her life, her family and Nick Gordon are fighting over who can see her. The lawyer for her father, Bobby Brown, claims Nick and Bobbi Kristina never legally married and he has been barred from seeing her.“We are currently investigating the events that led to the hospitalization of Bobbi Kristina,” Christopher Brown of Brown & Rosen LLC, attorney for Bobby Brown tells FOX 5 News. “To correct earlier reports, Bobbi Kristina is not and has never been married to Nick Gordon.”
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Whitney Houston’s daughter has been moved to a new hospital in Atlanta but before the move security caught Nick trying to see her and he was physically escorted out of the hospital. A witness tells Read more
Whitney Houston’s daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown has been placed in a medically-induced coma after she was found facedown and unresponsive in a bathtub full of water, a source close to the family told CNN. She reportedly has swelling on the brain which prompted the doctors to place her in the coma.
Her father Bobby Brown arrived at the hospital with Tyler Perry who was flying to Atlanta and gave Bobby a ride.
No official word on what caused Bobbi Kristina’s unresponsiveness, but Entertainment Tonight reports that an accidental drug overdose is suspected.
Police searched her home and no drugs were found. Police had been to the residence on January 23rd after somebody reported a fight there but nobody answered the door and officers found no evidence of an altercation.
Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown’s daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, was found unresponsive in a bathtub in her Georgia home. The only child of the late singer was rushed to the hospital where she was treated and now said to be breathing.
Bobbi Kristina’s husband Nick Gordon and a friend found her in the tub, reports TMZ. They immediately started CPR on her until police and paramedics arrived. She was then rushed to a hospital where she is breathing though it is not clear if she is breathing on her own.
Her father is on his way to be with her reports CNN. Sources tell the network that it is no coincidence that she was found in a tub like her mother. Whitney died in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton on February 11 almost three years ago. The sources add the family do not feel Nick is good for her and they are very concerned about Bobbi Kristina.
Still no word on what caused Bobbi Kristina to lose consciousness.
She posted the pictures below last night before the incident. Read more
Bobbi Kristina Brown has made what some consider disrespectful comments about actress Angela Bassett. Back story, Angela is making her directorial debut on a Lifetime movie, titled Whitney Houston, about Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown’s relationship. Bobbi has expressed her desire to play the role of her mother. The role has gone to YaYa DaCosta.
Bobbi’s was set off by comments Angela made about the casting of the biopic in an interview with Entertainment Weekly: Read more
Tika Sumpter was a guest on Arsenio Hall’s talk show and as she reminise about working with his frient Whitney Houston on Sparkle, the talk show host could not hold back his emotions. He needed a moment to collect himself, adding Whitney was always supportive of him and would be happy he is doing a show again. “She was a great girl … and she would love that I’m doing this again. She was always a big supporter, good friend,”
Watch the emotional clip below: Read more