Whitney Houston's Daughter Bobbi Kristina Was Not Doing Drugs After Funeral, Insist Relatives

Tue, February 21, 2012 9:46am EST by 15 Comments
Whitney Houston Bobbi Kristina

Although there were rumors that Bobbi went missing right after Whitney’s funeral on Feb. 18, Whitney’s godmother Darlene Love says they are absolutely not true and adds that her family is keeping close reigns on her!

Bobbi Kristina‘s family are doing everything they can to keep the 18-year-old from going down the same path as her late mother Whitney Houston. Bobbi, 18, was not out “getting high” despite reports that claim she went “missing” after the funeral at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, NJ., her family says they know where she is at all times!

“Not true, not true,” Darlene tells Access Hollywood. “She was with us and she was with the family the whole time… She’s been with the family these last couple of days. We all know where she is, she’s not missing.”

This is absolutely great to hear since Bobbi has been reportedly inconsolable after her mother’s sudden death on Feb. 11 — she was hospitalized twice for allegedly trying to take her own life.

But a family friend told The Daily Beast that Bobbi “slipped away” after the funeral and her grandmother Cissy Houston was “beside herself.”

Bobbi’s dad Bobby Brown jetted off in the middle of the funeral after he was reportedly harassed by security guards and not allowed to seat his entire entourage of nine people. But Darlene says no one is banning Bobby from being part of his daughter’s life.

“That’s really going to have to be her choice whether she wants him in her life and I don’t think nobody is going to give her any information or try to move her one way or the other,” she says. “That’s one decision she’s definitely going to have to make on her own.”

— Chloe Melas

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