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Bobbi Kristina: Kill, don’t kill



Reports emerged Tuesday that singer Bobby Brown and family members of his late wife, Whitney Houston, had agreed to send his daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown to the great beyond on Wednesday, February 11, the same day her mum died, so they can be together forever.

However, a lawyer for Bobby Brown issued a statement same Wednesday, saying there is no truth to the story that Bobbi Kristina will be taken off life support that day.

The lawyer, Christopher Brown, said it’s not so, and that there is no truth to such a report.

The New York Post had reported that Bobbi’s anguished relatives have agreed to take her off life support, in which she was placed, after being in a medically induced coma, since she was found unresponsive in the bath tub of her Georgia home, January 31.

The paper reported that Bobbi’s grandmother Cissy Houston floated the idea of a February 11 death over the weekend during discussions with the Brown family at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. And that the Browns gave their blessing to pull the plug at the stroke of midnight to align the date with the 2012 passing of the legendary singer at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Bobbi Kristina, 21, is the only child of Whitney and Bobby Brown. The Brown and Houston families have been bickering since Bobbi Kristina was rushed to the hospital.

The police in Roswell, Georgia are still probing what led up to Bobbi Kristina being found face down in the bathtub of her home, where she was discovered by Nick Gordon, the man Bobbi Kristina referred to as her husband, and another friend who called 911.

The police probe is focusing on Gordon, who has a history of domestic violence; law enforcement sources have told TMZ that authorities are also investigating drugs found in the home.

When Bobbi Kristina was found, she had injuries to her face, including her mouth, CNN reported Monday, and cops want to know if she and Gordon fought before she was found in the tub.


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  1. tsalz eme

    February 12, 2015 at 4:10 am

    old gist

  2. Swagtyt

    February 16, 2015 at 11:47 am

    thought she’z dead already. So far money never finish for the rest children if not, i dunno

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