Bobbi Kristina Brown’s death has been sad and entirely preventable tragedy filled with drama and troubling details. Bobbi’s life, with and without her mother, Whitney Houston, was equally tumultuous and played out in public spectacle, and Pat Houston plans on making a profit from Bobbi’s and Whitney’s deaths. It appears Pat might have very little standing in her way, as Bobby Brown is giving up the fight.
Pat Houston may be looking at the death of Bobbi Kristina Brown from a very greedy perspective. Bobbi spent 6 months in a coma after being found unresponsive in her bathtub. Currently, whatever really led to Bobbi Kristina’s death is a mystery, and the drug-filled past with a seedy and abusive man she begged Bobby and Whitney to take in are filling Pat’s eyes with dollar signs. Producers in Hollywood are vying for rights to a Bobbi Kristina Brown and Whitney Houston official biopic. Originally, rights to the Whitney Houston movie went to Bobbi, who was holding out after reading multiple scripts. Now that Bobbi is dead, movie execs are going to extreme lengths to get the approval, even using Nick Gordon to get the rights.
Gordon is at the center of a multimillion lawsuit that claims he stole money from Bobbi, beat her, knocked out two of her teeth, and is responsible for her death. Nick Gordon was banned from seeing her in the hospital and was refused an invitation to her funeral. The family is “sickened” by Nick’s possible involvement in the Whitney/Bobbi biopic project, according to Radar. However, their distaste simply lies in Nick’s involvement and not the fact that they – Bobbi Kristina’s family – would be cashing in on her death with a movie deal.
Pat Houston has been leading the charge in Bobbi Kristina’s case since she was found face down in her tub on January 31. A judge awarded her co-conservatorship after Bobby Brown made a play for complete control of Bobbi’s health and estate. Pat Houston even orchestrated the funeral, giving the Houston family priority over Bobby and the rest of the Brown family.
The two families have been at war for years, but it appears Bobby Brown is giving up the fight to protect Bobbi Kristina Brown’s dignity in death. Bobby has been contending with another biopic project focusing on New Edition. The project will go on to air on BET without Brown. Since Bobbi’s funeral, Bobby has kept a low profile, surfacing to attend a show at the Los Angeles’ Ha Ha Café Comedy Club just two weeks after his daughter was buried.