Bobbi Kristina Brown was withholding scripts of a movie on the life of the late Whitney Houston just weeks before her hospitalization in January, Radar Online reported Thursday. In a statement to producers, who wanted to make a film on the Grammy Award-winning singer, Bobbi Kristina reportedly said at the time: “This story’s not over yet.”

According to the report, the scripts have been sent to Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend, Nick Gordon, for review. Producers are now even willing to take his help to obtain rights for the biopic, Radar Online added.

“The family is sickened by this. They just want to be left alone to deal with the loss of a very young and valuable member of the family, but at the same time they understand the demand from fans to have their story told from an accurate standpoint,” a source told Radar Online.

“The problem is that the family can barely agree on funeral flowers, but there’s no doubt this will happen someday since everyone in the families agree the two should be honored and remembered in a special way.”

Gordon, who was barred from seeing his girlfriend during her hospitalization and was also not allowed to attend her funeral, is being investigated over Bobbi Kristina’s death. The daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Houston died at the age of 22 on July 26 after remaining in an unresponsive state since Jan. 31. The aspiring actress was found unconscious in a bathtub at her Atlanta home. 

Bobbi Kristina was buried next to her mother -- who died under similar circumstances in 2012 -- on Aug. 3 at Fairview Cemetery in Westfield, New Jersey.

A lawsuit was filed against Gordon that accused him of abusing and stealing money from Bobbi Kristina. New details about Bobbi Kristina and Gordon's troubled relationship emerged last week after her court-appointed conservator Bedelia Hargrove filed an amended lawsuit that alleged Gordon gave her a "toxic cocktail" and then put her facedown in a bathtub.