Bobbi Kristina Brown: Bobby Brown Battles Cissy and Pat Houston Over Ending Life Support – Nick Gordon Foul Play Evidence

Bobbi Kristina Brown: Bobby Brown Battles Cissy and Pat Houston Over Ending Life Support - Nick Gordon Foul Play Evidence

Bobbi Kristina Brown and her drowning incident has enraptured fans hopeful the daughter of Whitney Houston will make a miraculous recovery. Amid rumors the family was finally letting Bobbi Kristina go, Bobby Brown refuses to remove his daughter from life support despite Cissy and Pat Houston appearing to push for an end. Meanwhile, the evidence of foul play points to Nick Gordon, who could face attempted murder charges.

Over Memorial Day weekend, buzz regarding a family prayer vigil for Bobbi grew into reports the family had finally decided to take Bobbi Kristina Brown off life support. The speculation turned out to be wrong, and a rep for Pat and Cissy quickly told People the report was a “false story.” A family source also added that Bobby Brown is not going to end Bobbi Kristina’s life support. “Let me tell you this now. Don’t believe any reports that Bobby is going to take her off life support. He’s never going to do that,” the insider states. “I don’t think he’ll ever go there; if there’s a 2 percent chance, a 1 percent chance, a 0.1 percent chance, he will keep hope alive.”

Bobby has been very vocal about holding onto Bobbi Kristina and putting the decision of her life “with God.” Brown has been relying on a miracle and shared her improvements, including Bobbi being “awake” with fans during a concert. It’s clear Bobby Brown is not going to be the one who will take Bobbi Kristina off life support.

Conversely, Pat and Cissy Houston are very vocal about their negative outlook. It seems that with every positive statement Bobby Brown releases, Cissy and Pat Houston have a contradictory announcement. The two family matriarchs have also repeatedly told media outlets they are “ready” and “alright” with Bobbi Kristina’s death.

The nearly $20 million inheritance is usually at the center of family feud rumors. Cissy and Pat Houston will inherit the money Whitney Houston left to Bobbi Kristina in her will, after she snubbed Pat and Cissy completely. The $20 million seems to be influencing their decisions, certainly making it easier to let go Bobbi Kristina and cash in on the inheritance. In fact, Pat and Gary Houston have cleaned out Bobbi Kristina’s “dingy drug den” townhouse to get her out of the costly rehab facility and “home sweet home.”

No reports confirm Bobby Brown has agreed to move Bobbi Kristina from the rehabilitation center and back to the home she once shared with Nick Gordon. Bobby has tried to regain completel control of the situation, even going as far as filing for guardianship of Bobbi Kristina Brown’s money. However, the motion failed and he now shares the health and medical decision responsibility with Pat Houston. The two must agree on Bobbi’s health care decisions, which is undoubtedly causing even more family feuds behind the scenes.

The one factor the Brown family and the Houston family appear to agree on is Nick Gordon. Bobbi’s alleged husband, hasn’t seen her since the day she was found unresponsive. Bobbi Kristina was found in eerily similar circumstances that claimed her mother’s life. As new details pile up, the issue of foul play seems more evident. A neighbor and friend of the troubled couple shared several concerning details of Bobbi Kristina’s drowning incident.

Brooks claims that Nick “reeked of alcohol” as emergency personnel removed Bobbi from the home, heard screaming the night before Bobbi was found, and stood firm in the fact that Bobbi Kristina was terrified of baths and bath tubs thanks to being traumatized by Whitney Houston’s death. If all the allegations and evidence of foul play is true, Nick Gordon could be facing attempted murder charges soon.

What do you think CDL readers? Is Nick Gordon going to be charged? Are Pat and Cissy Houston pushing to end Bobbi Kristina’s life support?

Cissy Houston and Bobbi Kristina Brown, FameFlynet

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