Bobbi Kristina Brown: Nick Gordon NOT Taking Legal Action Against Brown and Houston Families – Won’t Visit Wife in Hospital

Bobbi Kristina Brown: Nick Gordon NOT Taking Legal Action Against Brown and Houston Families - Won't Visit Wife in Hospital

Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family won’t let husband Nick Gordon visit his dying wife in Emory Hospital but Nick is not taking legal action, despite erroneous reports to the contrary. It’s been nearly two weeks since Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston, was found unresponsive in a tubful of water, but there have been many conflicting reports on her condition since that fateful day. Several members of the Brown family have given interviews to the media about Bobbi Kristina’s current state and their statements have varied widely. First, there were reports that Bobbi Kristina was brain dead and being taken off life support. The Browns and Houstons shot down those claims and insisted that Bobbi Kristina had responded positively to several tests given by her doctors.

Next, some news sources reported that Bobbi Kristina’s grandmother, Cissy Houston, had been told by doctors that there was no hope. There were even rumors that Bobbi Kristina would be taken off life support on Wednesday, February 11, which was the anniversary of Whitney Houston’s death. The buzz got loud enough that Bobby Brown had his attorney issue a statement threatening to sue several media outlets.

Then, there were the interviews given by Brown family members like Bobbi Kristina’s aunts, Tina Brown and Leolah Brown. Everyone seemed optimistic about Bobbi Kristina’s recovery process. Words like “improving” and “progressing” were often thrown around. However, according to People, another Brown family member has stepped forward to say that Bobbi Kristina is still in pretty bad shape. The unnamed relative said that “she’s got some color back, but she’s still not responding.” The Brown family member was quick to add that the situation was very confusing and “no one was trying to mislead anyone.”

Ultimately, we may not be able to trust the updates given by the Browns and Houstons on Bobbi Kristina’s condition. Perhaps they’re just trying to encourage a bit of positivity in the media. Whatever the case, time will tell whether Bobbi Kristina will pull through or if the Brown family will have to make the difficult decision to pull the plug.

It’s important to add that boyfriend Nick Gordon won’t be involved in that choice. The Browns and Houstons have banned him from Bobbi Kristina’s hospital room. Despite recent reports that Nick would take legal action against the Brown and Houston families to be allowed to visit his wife at Emory Hospital, Nick’s lawyers Randy Kessler and Joe Habach released a statement saying that’s not the case.

“At the moment, he’s not allowed to visit. In response to reports that Nick Gordon is taking legal action, he would like it to be clear, he is not. Mr. Gordon’s only concern is the recovery of Bobbi Kristina. He remains in constant prayer for his companion and he hopes to be reunited with her soon. Despite the incredible public interest, we ask and hope that this request can be resolved privately by Mr. Gordon and the family.”

What do you think about the various interviews with Bobbi Kristina’s family members? Can we really trust what they’re saying? What about Nick Gordon’s claim that he’s concerned about Bobbi Kristina’s condition? Do you believe his concerns are genuine or are they just too little too late, given that he is the prime suspect in a criminal investigation into foul play that might have led to Bobbi’s current condition? Isn’t it sort of pathetic that now, when it’s too late for Bobbi Kristina Brown, her family gets all protective and pushes Nick Gordon away? Where were they the past 3 years while Nick and Bobbi lived a drug-abusing and degenerate lifestyle that ultimately led to the current tragic situation? Let us know what you think in the comments below and stop by CDL often for the latest information on Bobbi Kristina Brown.

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