Bobbi Kristina Brown Deathbed Photo Culprit Caught – Brown Family BANNED from Hospice

Bobbi Kristina Brown Deathbed Photo Culprit Caught – Brown Family BANNED from Hospice

Bobbi Kristina Brown remains in hospice, hanging on to life after being removed from life support. Taking advantage of Bobbi’s final days, an extended family member reportedly snapped a photo of Bobbi Kristina on her deathbed, but the culprit has allegedly been caught. As a result, the Brown family has been banned from hospice.

TMZ first broke the news of Bobbi Kristina Brown’s death photo, confirming a family member was shopping the image of Bobbi dying in hospice. ET soon followed with a report that the family member had offered to sell the picture of Bobbi Kristina in hospice to them for $100,000. Both media outlets passed, but the National Enquirer was among the few magazines that saw the images and ran stories with photos recreating the picture being shopped around. The rag used a model who has a strong resemblance to Bobbi, to stage the scene of Bobbi Kristina being found face down in her bath tub on January 31. A few images depicting her violent relationship with Nick Gordon, including the allegation he dragged up the stairs by her hair, were also created.

Since the family member attempted to exploit the death of Bobbi Kristina Brown, the hospice facility went into “lock down” 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 Kristina’s death.

Bobbi’s estate, currently controlled by Bobby Brown and Pat Houston, have banned the entire Brown family from visiting Bobbi Kristina in hospice. People confirmed the ban noting it excludes her father, Bobby, but no one else. TMZ adds that Bobby and Pat know who the deathbed photo culprit is stating, “The security team at the hospice informed Whitney Houston’s family there was evidence incriminating a Brown family member.” No names have been shared, but the Brown family ban is likely permanent.

So far, no media outlets have purchased the Bobbi Kristina Brown deathbed photo. ET described the offer as “unseemly” and declined. At this stage, it’s unlikely the picture from inside Bobbi Kristina Brown’s hospice room will be bought, but not impossible.

Do you think Bobbi Kristina’s deathbed photo will be bought? What do you think of magazines creating mock up images of Bobbi’s final days? Let us know in the comment section below.

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