Bobbi Kristina Brown condition update: Hospice bans Browns and cameras after death bed photo news spread
Bobbi Kristina Brownâ€™s father singer Bobby Brown has said that he has discovered as to who took the deathbed photo of his 22-year old daughter. Whitney Houston and Bobby Brownâ€™s daughter was shifted to a Hospice care in Georgia a fortnight ago and the picture was reportedly taken by someone close to the family who had easy access to the girl.
There have been rumors that the picture taking was done by someone related to the Houstonâ€™s family and many alleged that his sister might be behind it. It must be noted that no image of the girl who is struggling for life for the last five months could be leaked thus far due to the stringent measures taken by Pat Houston.
The girl is reportedly hanging on to life as she was taken of the life support in the hospice. Many have said that the move to hospice care is indication enough that the family has given up hope of her ever recovering from her permanent brain damage and may be preparing for her funeral.
There are rumors that someone from the family actually took advantage of Bobbiâ€™s final days and reportedly snapped a photo of Bobbi Kristina on her deathbed. Now there are reports that the culprit has allegedly been caught and the Brown family ban from hospice is the immediate impact of it.
Top entertainment and gossip blog TMZ was the first to announce to the world that it was approached by someone who claimed to be in possession of Bobbi Kristina Brownâ€™s death photo. It also said that a family member was shopping the image of Bobbi dying in hospice. Then it was the turn of ET to come out with a report of its own that added that the alleged family member was asking for $100,000 for the image(s).
Whitney Houstonâ€™s family members were infuriated with the leak of the image that they forced the hospice facility went into â€œlock downâ€ according to Radar. Security at the Peachtree Christian Hospice in Georgia has been increased and drastic measures have been taken to ensure no one else attempts to cash in on Bobbi Kristinaâ€™s death. The hospice has banned smartphone and camera from the facilityâ€™s premise to ensure that it doesnâ€™t happen again.