Bobby Brown, who has been hopeful about his daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown’s recovery, believes that the 22-year-old will come out of her medically induced coma as she has now been moved to a facility that is best known for its long-term care. Bobbi Kristina has, however, not yet shown any signs of improvement since she was hospitalized on Jan 31.
Bobbi Kristina was moved to DeKalb Medical facility in Atlanta last week after spending nearly two months at the city's Emory University Hospital, sources told TMZ. Bobby Brown was recently spotted outside the facility, which, according to TMZ, is equipped with facilities that provide continuous monitoring of vital signs, which is crucial in Bobby Kristina’s case.
The daughter of the late Whitney Houston was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her Atlanta house and has been fighting for her life since then, while family and fans have been praying for her recovery. Reports have claimed that her family has been discussing taking the aspiring actress off life support. In mid-February, Bobbi Kristina suffered seizures as doctors unsuccessfully attempted to take her off the coma-inducing medication.
On Wednesday, grandmother Cissy Houston said that there wasn’t much hope for Bobbi Kristina. "I cannot change a thing. I'm asking everybody: 'Just pray to the Lord who we know CAN do something about it'," she said, during an interview with New York radio station WBLS FM 107.5.
Police are suspecting foul play in the case and have launched a criminal investigation after finding injuries on Bobbi Kristina's body.