Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family may be moving her to an undisclosed rehabilitation facility in Atlanta, a source close to the family told ET Online a day after new information surfaced surrounding Bobbi Kristina’s alleged drug use.

The 22-year-old aspiring actress has so far spent nearly seven weeks in a medically induced coma at the Emory University Hospital, and the source reportedly said that the family is hoping to see an improvement in Bobbi Kristina’s condition. The daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her Atlanta home on Jan. 31. On Wednesday, reports had surfaced that Bobbi Kristina’s family was planning a meeting this week to discuss whether she should be taken off life support.

Meanwhile, Steven Stepho, a friend of the actress and her boyfriend, Nick Gordon, alleged that the couple had been spending thousands of dollars a day on drugs, and that he had “helped them get it sometimes.”

Gordon recently admitted to drug abuse during an intervention on the "Dr. Phil" show, where he talked about his anguish over his girlfriend’s condition and said that he was struggling to cope with the possibility of losing her.

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