Bobbi Kristina Brown’s prognosis appears grim, with reports the 21-year-old’s organs are starting to shut down.
The daughter of the late Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown has been on life support now for three weeks, with confusing updates coming from family members. Her father wants everyone to zip it during this difficult time.
Bobby, formerly of New Edition, had been hoping and praying for a miracle for his daughter.
Bobbi Kristina has never regained consciousness after her boyfriend Nick Gordon and a friend discovered her face-down in the bathtub at her Atlanta home.
Her father released a new statement through his lawyers, which gives everyone insight into the chaos in the family.
His lawyer Christoper Brown said in a statement on his behalf, “The integrity of the events that led to the hospitalization of Bobbi Kristina must remain uncompromised. Various members of the family have provided media interviews, however, none of them are approved visitors to see Bobbi Kristina.”
Brown then notes that “medical staff at Emory University Hospital has not communicated with” those relatives taking advantage of the grim situation.
The lawyer adds, “In particularly, Jerod Brown aka Jerod Carter aka YF Kennedy, continues to makes statements and appear on television, however, he has not had any communication with Bobby Brown or the Houston family.
“Please do not attend any ‘meet and greet’ organized by Jerod Brown as he is unable to provide access to Bobbi Kristina or information on her condition. This is a criminal investigation and we do not need this side show.”
Bobby’s lawyer did not take aim at the singer’s sister, Leolah Brown, who recently claimed in an interview that Bobbi Kristina was doing well and improving.
Bobbi Kristina’s father is adamant about keeping his 21-year-old daughter alive with the aid of machines, despite the tragic news that her organs have started shutting down.
It’s hard to put yourself into his shoes, but we imagine he wants to feel his daughter was given every chance to survive.
What a sad situation.
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