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Bobbi Kristina Brown condition update: death bed photo not taken by me, Leolah also questions the place where it was taken

Bobbi Kristina Brown condition update: death bed photo not taken by me, Leolah also questions the place where it was taken

Bobbi Kristina Brown condition update: death bed photo not taken by me, Leolah also questions the place where it was taken

Bobbi Kristina Brown’s condition cannot be clearly described. She was shifted to a hospice care in Georgia late last month, but her aunt Leolah Brown has tried to ignite a fresh controversy by claiming her niece was doing better before being shifted to hospice.

There is no denying the fact that Browns have always tried to confuse Whitney Houston and her daughter’s fans during the five and half months since the tragedy struck the 22-year old reality star. From the very beginning while Whitney Houston’s mother and Kristina’s grandmother Cissy has been saying that the girl cannot be rejuvenated and brought to life her father Bobby Brown tried to confuse people by claiming that she was fine and recovering well.

The girl was found drowned comatose on January 31 in bathtub at her Atlanta home that she shared with her boyfriend Nick Gordon. There are unconfirmed report that he is a person of interest in her death.

Image courtesy: TheUrbanDaily

Image courtesy: TheUrbanDaily

Meanwhile in an unfortunate development a picture of the girl counting her last days on deathbed in Georgia hospice appeared. It was in worst taste and TMZ claimed that someone from her family approached them. The asking price was too high and so the website refused to pay $100000. Rumors suggest that Leolah Brown was behind the Bobbi Kristina Brown death bed picture.

There are reports that following the appearance of the picture that was obviously in very bad taste, the Brown family was banned from seeing Bobbi in hospice. While no one has confirmed a member of the Brown family is the culprit, it certainly looks that way. Leolah Brown, Bobby’s sister, quickly responded to the ban by posting a long Facebook message claiming the Brown family was not responsible for Bobbi Kristina’s deathbed pic. But apparently the credibility has been tarnished forever.

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