It’s been a long four months since Bobbi Kristina Brown was found face down in the bathtub of her Georgia home, but her family refuses to throw in the towel. Both the Brown and Houston families have come together to make their presence known to the 22 year old, who remains unconscious.
Sources tell People magazine Bobbi Kristina’s family has made it their mission to ensure “she is at peace.” Although she “cannot communicate,” the source says members of both the Brown and Houston family take turns reading, singing, talking and praying to her. They also frequently hold her hand in an extra effort to make their presence known. According to the publication there is no sign of them giving up or “pulling the plug” anytime soon despite reports to the contrary.
“Her family is right there with her. They sing to her and talk to her. They just want her to feel that they are there by her side,” the source said. “They just want her to feel that they are there by her side. They hold her hand a lot and pray with her too -- even if she doesn’t know that they are there. In spirit, she knows. They have always tried to be there for her.”
It remains unclear what the future holds for the young aspiring actress. According to People’s source her family is just taking things as they come. They have entrusted her to “God’s care and it’s whatever he decides,” the insider added.
It was previously reported that due to the lack of change in her condition, Bobbi Kristina’s family was preparing to bring her home to die in peace. They have since spoken out, denouncing those stories as false. Her father, Bobby Brown, released two statements: one through his legal team and the other a personal message shared with E! News. In the first, Lawyer Christopher Brown shut down the “numerous false reports and sensationalism” surrounding Bobbi Kristina and her family. He added that she was most certainly “not going home to die.”
In his second statement Bobby revealed that he and Pat Houston had teamed up to make important decisions about his daughter’s medical treatment. He also asked that supporters disregard anything that had not come directly from him or his legal counsel saying he did “not have time for the frequent sideshows that others choose to engage in almost on a daily basis.”
Bobbi Kristina has been hospitalized since Jan. 31 when she was found in a bathtub full of water inside her home. Shortly arriving at Emory University Medical Center doctors placed her in a medically induced coma which she has been in ever since. Bobbi Kristina has been moved from the hospital to a long-term care facility where a team of doctors and nurses are able to closely monitor her, providing the constant care people in her condition require.
She has show little to no signs of improvement since the initial incident. It is not currently known how her family plans to proceed.