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Bobbi Kristina Brown condition update: autopsy report to determine future of homicide accusations

Bobbi Kristina Brown condition update: autopsy report to determine future of homicide accusations

Bobbi Kristina Brown condition update: autopsy report to determine future of homicide accusations

How Whitney Houston daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown ended up in a bath tub is a mystery that will take some time to be resolved. Till now there are officially no criminal charges filed in the case. Nonetheless there are reasons to believe that it is not going to take very long to file charges in the court of law.

And the usual suspect in the case is none other than her boyfriend Nick Gordon whom has been banned to even see Bobbi Kristina Brown. To be true initial he was in very bad shape and had to be himself admitted to a rehab center for his drinking and drug habits. Now he realizes the gravity of the condition.

Now there are reports that an autopsy may set the ball rolling as far as filing charges for her death is concerned. But it is still going to take some time before autopsy is done.

Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown’s daughter was found unresponsive and head down in bathtub at her Atlanta home on January 31. Since then she has remained in precise the same condition.

Image courtesy: TheUrbanDaily

Image courtesy: TheUrbanDaily

In the meantime while talking about this angle, Dr. Cyril Wecht, a renowned forensic pathologist says that it’s possible that an autopsy may reveal evidence that will lead to an arrest in the Bobbi Kristina case.

He goes on to add that “If she was beaten and there was evidence of that beating, the autopsy will show how she sustained a brain injury causing the brain to swell.”

There have been allegations that she used to be badly beaten by Nick Gordon and many people heard shouting coming out of her house before police arrived at the scene on January 31. Earlier this year, Attorney Julie Rice says, “They are most likely waiting to see the outcome of whether or not she dies before bringing any charges. They would most likely wait until if she died to bring charges rather than bring charges when there is no death involved. If they do have a suspect in mind, they are probably monitoring that person at all times.”

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