On Monday, family members of Bobbi Kristina Brown were spotted looking emotional as they gathered at the hospice center.
A white tent structure had been erected at the back door of the facility and a hearse was photographed pulling up to the scene. Did Bobbi Kristina pass away?
The Houston family declined to comment on Bobbi Kristina’s condition, but Pat Houston and other relatives arrived at Peachtree Christian on Wednesday, looking somber.
A hearse on Wednesday was seen backing into a tent that was mysteriously erected outside the hospice center where Bobbi Kristina Brown has been treated for the last three weeks.
Photos show the black hearse backing into the unexplained tent, which blocked views from all angles of what was inside.
Family members and close friends of the family showed up Wednesday to the hospice center, which included Whitney Houston’s former bodyguard Ray Watson.
He arrived looking somber and spent over 30 minutes alone in his car after his visit to his late boss’s daughter.
Bobby Brown’s brother Tommy also arrived for a visit Wednesday along with other Houston and Brown family members.
The family was prepared to let Bobbi Kristina go after doctors told them there was no hope of her recovery.
A family statement in June said, “Despite the great medical care at numerous facilities, Bobbi Kristina Brown’s condition has continued to deteriorate. As of today, she has been moved into hospice care.”
Brown was found face down and unresponsive in a bathtub in her Atlanta area home January 31. She was originally placed into a medically induced coma after the horrific discovery in circumstances eerily reminiscent of her mother’s death.
Police are treating Bobbi Kristina’s near-drowning and alleged injuries as a criminal investigation, with her boyfriend Nick Gordon.
The Houstons are looking for justice through a civil suit, claiming Nick took money from her and abused her physically and emotionally.
Gordon is accused of assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, unjust enrichment and conversion. The suit seeks at least $10 million in damages.
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