Bobbi Kristina Brown condition update: conservator pursues case against Nick Gordon as death hoax busted
A TMZ report says that the white tent erected outside the hospice care in Georgia where Bobbi Kristina Brown is battling for her life for close to a month was not related to her condition. Earlier there were reports that the tent was a prelude to an announcement of her death. The TMZ report says that the tent was put up there to keep the privacy of other patients and their relatives.
For around six months Whitney Houston and Bobbi Brownâ€™s daughter Kristina has been under medication in top of the line hospitals. This hasnâ€™t improved her health even slightly. The 22-year old reality actress was found drowned and unconscious in bathtub at her home in Atlanta.
After doctors told her family clearly that she cannot recover from her illness, she was taken off the life support and medication and put in the hospice care where she is still hanging to her life. Meanwhile her aunt and co-guardian Pat Houston continues to be at her bedside.
In the meantime her boyfriend Nick Gordon has been handed over the copy of lawsuit filed against him by Bobbi Kristina Brownâ€™s court appointed conservator for alleged beating and siphoning off her money into his own personal account. Though her boyfriend Nick Gordon has been called a person of interest in the case, he hasnâ€™t been charged as yet.
Meanwhile Bobby Brownâ€™s relatives have been banned from entering the hospice. Bobby Brownâ€™s sister Leolah Brown who is a suspect in the deathbed photo controversy and who has been banned from entering hospice has expressed outrage at being banned. In a Facebook post she said, â€œAnd if it were up to me! The sick and sorry people that continue to have permission to see her even still to this day-they would be COMPLETELY cut out NEVER to lay eyes on her again!…I knew in my heart this would happen and did MY best to try to keep certain people away and at the same time keep the peace for my niece’s and brothers sake. But there is only so much I can do (right now)!â€