Pat Houston
Pat Houston, photographed during niece Bobbi Kristina Brown's funeral held at St. James United Methodist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, on Aug. 1, 2015, is finally speaking out about her niece's death. Getty Images

Pat Houston is finally ready to discuss the events that lead up to niece Bobbi Kristina Brown's untimely death. The aspiring actress died July 26 after being in a coma for nearly six months. Although family members suspect foul play in the death of Brown, who was just 22 years old, Pat Houston will admit she was fighting demons of her own.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, which is slated to air Monday night, Brown's aunt will reveal that she and other members of the family had been preparing to host an intervention for the only daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston prior to her death. Pat Houston will share with host Kevin Frazier that the moment they found out Brown was in trouble they sprung into action. She tells ET she was hopeful that they would be able to get her niece into a rehab facility in California where she could focus on her recovery away from boyfriend Nick Gordon. Unfortunately, however, it was too late.

"When we found out that Krissy was in trouble, we were really making plans to do something about it," she shared. "But it came too late."

Family of Brown believe her longtime boyfriend, Gordon, 26, is responsible for her death. As International Business Times reported on Oct. 9, it has been reported that her former beau injected her with "a toxic mixture" before placing her facedown in the bathtub inside the Atlanta, Georgia, townhouse they once shared. Kaitlyn Ross of WXIA-TV in Atlanta broke that news on Twitter, adding that Brown's family also believed she endured "ongoing physical abuse" at the hands of Gordon throughout their relationship.

Gordon is currently being sued by Brown's conservator, Bedelia C. Hargrove. In a lawsuit, filed in June, Hargrove claims Gordon controlled and manipulated her client, even going as far as to claim the pair were married in an effort to limit her interactions with other men. The documents also claim Gordon stole money from Brown and, as previously stated, contributed in some way to her death. His lawyers maintain his innocence, calling any and all charges against Gordon untrue and alleging that the lawsuit is "prejudice" due to the media attention surrounding it.

Houston's interview with ET will air at various times across multiple networks, depending on viewers locations. To find showtimes in your city click here.