UPDATE: Bobbi Kristina is recovering well according to her family. Despite reports that she would be taken off life support today, her aunt Leolah Brown told Fox 5 Atlanta that she’s “doing well right now.”
“There are so many signs showing us that she will be okay, despite what people are saying over the Internet,” Leolah said. “Krissi is fine as I sit here before you today.”
The daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston is said to be opening her eyes and doctor have confirmed that she’s showing signs of improvement. There’s still no news on her “husband” Nick Gordon’s involvement with the incident.
The Brown family has mutually agreed to take Bobbi Kristina off life support tomorrow. The decision didn’t come easily as her father Bobby Brown has held high hopes for his daughter’s recovery. According to the NY Post, it was her grandmother, Cissy Houston, who made the suggestion to pull the plug on the same day that Bobbi’s mother, Whitney, passed away back in 2012. Although there were early signs of recovery, doctors have since placed Bobbi in a medically induced coma and claimed that there was nothing more they could do for her.
“This is the only thing they can agree on — that she’s gone [brain-dead], and there’s nothing more than can be done for her,” the source said.
Since Bobbi Kristina was found face-down and unresponsive in her bathroom, Roswell police have been investigating what happened in her home prior to her husband Nick Gordan and his friend Maxwell Lomas finding her. Police have searched the home twice and found drugs that weren’t in plain sight before. Due to several injuries found on Bobbi’s face, the police plan to question Gordan and Lomas further, who have both retained lawyers.
A candlelight vigil was held last night (Feb 9) for Bobbi Kristina at the Amphitheater at Riverdale Town Center in Riverdale, Georgia. The Emory University hospital has been filled with support from friends of the Brown family including Tyler Perry, Jermaine Dupri and Bow Wow. Funeral arrangements are also in the works according to a source close to the family.