Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family struggles with her worsening condition, but continues to pour love and support for the young singer’s battle. Since she was found facedown in her bath on Jan. 31, she has never regained consciousness.
The 22-year-old singer’s family has focused their entire attention to Bobbi Kristina, daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston. While she remains at the Peachtree Christian Hospice in Georgia, her family has never left her side, a source exclusively told Us Weekly. Apparently, Bobbi’s aunt Pat Houston has been with her for days. On Thursday, it was reported that Houston was accompanied with two other friends as well as Bobby Brown’s brother, Tommy Brown, who flew in to be with his niece.
Some family friends also paid the young singer a visit – including Ray Watson, Whitney’s former bodyguard, who looked terribly emotional afterwards. The source added that Tyler Perry, a family friend, is lending his private jet to Bobby so he could see his daughter. Unfortunately, Brown’s grandmother Cissy Houston cannot make it to the hospice due to her own health problems. Instead, she is resting in New Jersey and reaches out to her granddaughter by phone, according to the insider.
Meanwhile, Nick Gordon, Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend, is still banned from seeing her. He is currently staying at his mother’s den in Florida and is reportedly devastated by the situation. “He has been telling friends that all he wants is to see Bobbi one last time to say his goodbyes. He’s very depressed and has been crying every day,” the source said. In addition, Gordon was said to have physically and emotionally abused and robbed Brown. He currently faces a $10 million lawsuit, according to Fox News.
Recently, family and friends fear for the youngster’s life as another white hearse appeared in the hospice, the Mirror reported. A black hearse was first spotted last Wednesday at the back door of the facility. The receptionist confirmed that “there were no deaths” during the day but declined to share further details.
A tent has been set up around the patient’s room for the family’s privacy. The facility is highly guarded by security to monitor all movements day in and day out.