Bobbi Kristina Brown has been moved from Emory University Hospital in Georgia, where she has been in treatment for nearly two months, to an undisclosed rehabilitation facility, NBC News reported Friday night

The rehab facility is located close to Emory Hospital in Atlanta, unnamed sources "close to the Brown family" told NBC News. It was not specified when Brown was moved or the name of the new facility.  Brown's condition remains the same.

The daughter of pop star Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston, the 22-year-old aspiring actress was found unresponsive in a bathtub in her home in Atlanta on Jan. 31. Since then, she was being treated in a medically induced coma. Little else is known about her condition, as family and friends have remained tight-lipped.

Brown's move to another facility is the first major update on her health status since reports in late February that the Brown family was in the process of taking her out of the coma. That was halted when Brown reportedly began to have seizures when doctors tried taking her off of various medications. 

Investigators still are looking for the cause of the Jan. 31 incident, though detectives initially reported that there was no foul play. Brown's boyfriend, Nick Gordon, has been trying to visit her in the hospital, but Bobby Brown has said he will not allow Gordon to visit until he gives an explanation for what happened to his daughter in January. 

Radar Online reported Wednesday that Bobbi Kristina may be brain-dead and that the family was considering taking her off life support. The report also said the final decision on her medical treatment would be taken by her father, though her doctors reserved the right to veto his decision.