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Bobbi Kristina Brown condition update: Georgia hospice bans cameras to protect Whitney Houston’s ‘dead’ daughter

Bobbi Kristina Brown condition update: Georgia hospice bans cameras to protect Whitney Houston’s ‘dead’ daughter

Bobbi Kristina Brown condition update: Georgia hospice bans cameras to protect Whitney Houston’s ‘dead’ daughter 

Bobbi Kristina Brown is in the hospice care in Georgia for close to a fortnight now. In these fifteen days there have been many changes as far as access to the girl is concerned.

Her father Bobby Brown’s relatives who used to have free access to the hospital premises where she was kept have been barred from entering the hospice care. Only her father Bobby Brown will be allowed to enter the hospice henceforth.

This is not all. There is another decision that is going to impact Houstons too. No family member including her aunt or anyone else or even hospice health workers will be able to take their smartphones, phones with camera or simply any digital camera in the premises of this Georgian Hospice center. Everyone entering the facility will be asked to deposit the devices at the entrance or anywhere else outside the facility.

These extreme steps were necessitated following the emergence of a picture of Bobbi Kristina Brown in hospice care. Though the picture hasn’t been released to the media the person who took the picture is asking too high a price for it. TMZ said that it was approached and asked to pay $100000 for the picture. Reports suggest that the TMZ refused to pay such a huge price for a single picture of Bobbi Kristina Brown on deathbed.

Image courtesy: TheUrbanDaily

Image courtesy: TheUrbanDaily

A source reportedly told the PEOPLE magazine that “The hospice, based on their discussion with the fiduciary, has decided that only the guardians and the caregivers are allowed,” to visit Bobbi Kristina, a source tells PEOPLE. That means “Pat [Houston], Bobby and anybody involved with the guardianship, including Cissy [Houston]” can enter the 22-year-old’s room, but other Brown family members can’t.” The ban on Nick Gordon’s entry in hospital or hospice continues. Bobbi Kristina Brown’s boyfriend with whom she was living has been banned from entering the premises or seeing the girl who is unresponsive and unconscious for the last five months.

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