Tyler Perry may not be a member of the Brown or Houston families, but he's been instrumental in providing support for both as they cope with the loss of Bobbi Kristina Brown. The 22-year-old aspiring actress died July 26 at Peachtree Christian Hospice in Georgia. The filmmaker was spotted visiting Whitney Houston's daughter's bedside and now, after her passing, he is supporting her family any way he can.

According to Entertainment Tonight, Perry, 45, has dedicated himself to "keeping the peace" between the two families during this difficult time. Sources say he has offered the family access to his private jet, yet again, this time to transfer Bobbi Kristina's body from Georgia to New Jersey, where she is reportedly being buried alongside her mother. The site reports that Perry has promised to "take care of everything."

Perry previously loaned his plane to Bobbi Kristina's father, Bobby Brown, on July 16. Brown boarded the aircraft in Los Angeles with Perry, according to Us Weekly, and the two men arrived at the facility together. The "Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor" director is a longtime friend of the Houston family, which is likely the reason he's been so quick to lend a helping hand.

Perry has been very outspoken in his support of both the Browns and the Houstons. On July 17, he shared a frustrated Facebook post asking that the media and general public "show some decency and respect" for the families as they attempted to cope with Bobbi Kristina's condition. He shamed publications for sharing untrue stories and continuously choosing to "speak death" unto Bobbi Kristina while she was still living. The director said the media circus surrounding the hospice housing Bobbi Kristina was unfair to her family and others "who are grieving the loss of their loved ones at the same time." He has remained silent on social media since writing that post.

Neither family has shared any details related to Bobbi Kristina's funeral. As previously reported, it is believed she will be buried in the same cemetery, Fairview in Westfield, New Jersey, if not the same burial plot, as her mother. In the weeks leading up to her death, changes were reportedly made to Whitney's headstone, fueling speculation.