A month before the Whitney Houston family reality show airs on Lifetime, the late singer’s daughter, Bobbi Kristina, was involved in what appears to be a pretty horrific car accident.

TMZ posted photos of a destroyed car belonging to Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend and “brother,” Nick Gordon early Wednesday morning. The crash, which reportedly only involved Gordon’s black 2012 Camaro, occurred Sunday night in Alpharetta, Ga. According to the gossip site, Gordon was behind the wheel at the time of the crash, and the couple had been arguing.

The car accident resulted in the Camaro deploying airbags and missing a couple key pieces of its front end, including a front right tire and bumper.

[See a picture of Nick Gordon’s damaged car HERE.]

While it is currently not confirmed, police revealed to TMZ that they believe the car was driven back to the couple’s apartment post-accident. On that same night, police visited Bobbi Kristina and Gordon’s home because of a noise complaint, but the couple failed to open the door.

The Sunday night accident was not the first time that Gordon was involved in something dangerous behind the wheel. On Sept. 19, the Daily Mail posted a picture of Gordon driving with his left hand while holding up a gun with his right hand. Although the Daily Mail acknowledged that it is unknown if the picture is for fun, or even if the gun was a replica, the image is still frightening.

[Click HERE to see a photo of Nick Gordon holding a gun while driving.]

Initially posted on Twitter, the photo was later taken down. While Bobbi Kristina’s spokesperson refused to comment on the picture of Gordon with the gun, the source did tell the Daily Mail that “Nick is not her boyfriend.”

Whether the pair are dating or not, the Daily Mail reports that Gordon will appear alongside Bobbi Kristina on the new Lifetime reality program, “The Houstons: On Our Own.” According to the Washington Post, the series will follow Pat Houston, the late Whitney Houston’s sister-in-law and manager, as she helps Bobbi Kristina deal with the media spotlight and growing up “unscathed.”

The 14 half hour episodes of “The Houstons: On Our Own” will premiere on Lifetime on Oct. 24.