Nick Gordon Confesses Bobbi Kristina Brown Intimate Feelings During Dr. Phil Interview: Watch Drugged and Drunk Sneak Peek

Nick Gordon Confesses Bobbi Kristina Brown Intimate Feelings During Dr. Phil Interview: Watch Drugged and Drunk Sneak Peek

Nick Gordon versus the world. That might end up being the title of his biography, in Nick Gordon’s mind. Nick Gordon was drugged and drunk and spent all this time trying to convince anyone that will listen about his innocence regarding Bobbi Kristina Brown’s comatose state, but who’s really listening? Well, it turns out – Dr. Phil and Nick Gordon’s mother, Michelle Gordon.

Nick reportedly sat down with Dr. Phil recently in what he assumed would be a tell-all interview, but it soon turned into an intervention led by his mother, Michelle. Previews from the episode have started appearing online, and while they don’t show Nick in the throes of a full-blown meltdown, they certainly show a seemingly-intoxicated Nick shouting, “I hate Bobby Brown! I miss Krissy and Whitney [Houston] so much!”

We also see Dr. Phil telling Michelle Gordon, “Your son left to his own devises will be dead inside a week.” Dr. Phil also tells Nick Gordon that he wants him to go to rehab, especially after noticing that he’d been drinking.

If that wasn’t enough, Bobby Brown’s sister [and Bobbi Kristina Brown’s aunt] Leolah Brown also accused Nick Gordon of attempted murder, writing in a Facebook post, “Dr. Phil, With all due respect, Nick Gordon is under investigation for the attempted murder of my niece Bobby Kristina Brown. We have strong evidence of foul play. Until this investigation is completed by law enforcement, I would ask that you or anyone else not provide this individual a platform to spin this situation to his benefit.”

In other words, Bobby Brown’s family thinks that Nick Gordon is a murderer, Nick’s mother thinks he’s a drug and alcohol addict, and Nick thinks that everyone is out to get him – and Bobbi, of course. At the end of the day, this Dr. Phil interview might have been concocted to force Nick Gordon to go to rehab [his poor, long suffering mother], but none of it matters if Nick ends up being charged with murder. Unless, of course, he then proceeds to use his drug and alcohol addiction as an excuse for his behavior, which he very well might do.

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