Bobby Brown’s state of mind is “not good” as his daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown’s health deteriorates even after receiving treatment for nearly five months after being found unresponsive in January. The R&B singer’s “New Edition” group mate, Johnny Gill, talked about Bobby Brown’s condition after the 22-year-old Bobbi Kristina was moved to a Georgia hospice care facility.
"State of mind? In a nutshell, not good. Not good," Gill told Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier about Bobby Brown. "We just had a conversation yesterday. I wouldn't wish this on my worst enemy.
"It was no secret that Bobby and Bobbi Kris had an estranged relationship for a certain period of time," the 49-year-old reportedly said. "One Father's Day, it was a few years back, she called and he was just so over the top and elated that she had reached out. They started from that point to rebuild that part of their relationship."
Bobbi Kristina was put in a medically induced coma after she was found facedown in a bathtub at her Atlanta home on Jan. 31. In mid-March, she was moved to the DeKalb Medical rehabilitation facility but did not show any improvement. On Wednesday, the aspiring actress’ aunt, Pat Houston, announced that Bobbi Kristina has been moved to a hospice care as her condition continued to deteriorate despite “the great medical care at numerous facilities.”
On Wednesday, a lawsuit was also filed by Bobbi Kristina’s conservator, Bedelia C. Hargrove, alleging that Bobbi Kristina's boyfriend Nick Gordon abused the only child of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston and stole thousands from her bank account. The lawsuit reportedly demands at least $40 million in “punitive damages” on four counts of assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and conversion.
“We at the end of the day have to sit still until everything is completed to be able to make a full assessment of how to deal and what happens next," Gill said, adding that Bobby Brown is withholding judgment on these allegations until everything is sorted out. "But it's a lot, a lot that's going on. A lot."