Is Nick Gordon To Blame For Bobbi Kristina Brown Suicide Attempt and Coma: After Her $20 Million Inheritance?

Is Nick Gordon To Blame For Bobbi Kristina Brown Suicide Attempt and Coma: After Her $20 Million Inheritance?

Bobbi Kristina Brown is currently in a medically-induced coma, and her entire family – including her father, Bobby Brown – is praying for a miracle. However, there are also a lot of questions surrounding Bobbi’s situation, and how she ended up in the hospital in the first place. Look, it’s fairly clear that Bobbi Kristina Brown tried to commit suicide, right? There could be a variety of reasons attached to it, but when it’s a week away from her mother’s death anniversary, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out what’s going on with her.

Now, there were rumors that cops actually showed up at Bobbi’s house last week over a fight between Nick Gordon [the drug dealing loser that Bobbi married] and Bobbi, but there was never a complaint filed over the argument. Plus, Bobby Brown has reportedly banned Nick Gordon from visiting the hospital as Bobbi lies brain dead and on life support.

Let’s be real – Nick Gordon was ALWAYS after Bobbi’s $20 million inheritance, and the fact that Bobbi attempts to commit suicide when she’s about to get that inheritance? And now, conveniently, that inheritance is about to all go to Nick Gordon instead. Plus, it’s fairly obvious that Nick never provided Bobbi the emotional support and love that she needed, especially after her own mother’s death. I mean, happy people don’t try to drown in a bathtub to commemorate their mother’s accidental death, do they?

What do you guys think? Is Nick Gordon to blame for Bobbi Kristina Brown’s suicide attempt and coma? Do you think Bobbi will recover? And do you think that Bobby Brown is right in keeping Nick away from the hospital, considering that he’s her husband and she’s more or less about to die? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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