Bobby Brown Says Bobbi Kristina 'Is Not Going Home to Die'

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Bobbi Kristina has been lying in a coma since January, with little improvement in her condition, while her family seems to be in heavy disagreement about how to move forward.

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The confusing reports about Bobbi Kristina’s condition over the past few months reveal there may be tension between family members. The latest, according to TMZ:

Sources close to Bobby tell TMZ, he’s indignant that Leolah Brown accused Pat Houston of pushing to let Bobbi Kristina die because her medical expenses are eating away at a possible inheritance.

According to our sources ... Bobby claims Leolah is making it all up and hasn’t even been around his daughter—so she has no idea what Pat’s feelings are about Bobbi Kristina’s condition..

Bobby Brown’s lawyer released this statement on Friday:

“Due to the numerous false reports and sensationalism regarding Bobbi Kristina over the last two (2) weeks, there is a need to comment. Bobbi Kristina is not going home to die as numerous news affiliates and websites have reported. Furthermore, let me be clear, Bobby Brown has not made any comments to TMZ or any reporting agency, despite the TMZ article reporting that he is feuding/angry with his sister Leolah Brown. Bobby Brown never gave an interview to TMZ.”

Brown also commented on his daughter’s condition:

“Unless you hear it directly from me or through my attorney, do not believe any words attributed to me. I am making decisions with Pat Houston and we are working together for the medical care of my daughter. I do not have time for the frequent side shows that others choose to engage in almost on a daily basis. Right now we are focused on Bobbi Kristina’s medical prognosis and the criminal investigation. These are the priorities for us.”

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He also says, “Whoever had a hand in causing my daughter’s injuries needs to be brought to justice.”


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DISCUSSION

godsavethegeeves
godsavethegeeves

This is why everyone should at least complete a “5 wishes” if applicable to your state if not a will regarding medical care. Even then there’s a lot of gray area on what means what. (Does administering oxygen mean a simple mask or intubation, etc.) So it turns into a difficult but necessary conversation that’s good to have with your immediate family should something terrible happen to you or them.

I recently had surgery and while we were all very confident that it would be a success, I felt so much better afterwards that if something went wrong MY WISHES were known.