Nick is finally ready to talk about his troubled life with Bobbi Kristina, and Dr. Phil cautions him that he’ll be dead in just a week if he doesn’t make drastic changes in his life. Click to WATCH a powerful clip from the upcoming March 11 interview.
Nick Gordon’s first public interview since Bobbi Kristina Brown’s hospitalization took a dramatic turn. His sit-down with Dr. Phil turned into an intervention after the talk show host warned his mother that he would be “dead inside a week” if he didn’t get help for a possible drug and alcohol problem. Bobbi Kristina’s partner reportedly checked into rehab after the interview.
Dr. Phil Warns Nick Gordon In Interview: ‘He’ll Be Dead In A Week’
“Your son, if left to his own devices, will be dead inside a week,” Dr. Phil warned Nick’s mother, Michelle, during the interview. Nick is reportedly dealing with a serious drug addiction and recently tweeted that he wanted to kill himself.
During the interview, Dr. Phil asks Nick, “You’ve been drinking a lot though, right?” Nick appears to display alarming behavior while talking to Dr. Phil. This prompts the celebrity psychiatrist to turn the interview into an intervention and demands that Nick to go straight to rehab.
Nick also breaks down during the interview while talking about Bobbi Kristina and Whitney Houston. “I hate Bobby Brown! I miss Krissy and Whitney [Houston] so much!” he cries.
Following the news of Nick’s interview with Dr. Phil, Bobbi Kristina’s aunt Leolah Brown took to Twitter to pen a shocking letter to the talk show host. She claims that Nick is under investigation for the attempted murder of Bobbi Kristina.
Leolah alleges that the Bobbi Kristina’s family has “strong evidence of foul play,” and Nick doesn’t deserve to have a “platform” to speak to anyone until the investigation is over. Nick has not been charged with anything regarding Bobbi Kristina’s investigation. The episode of Dr. Phil featuring Nick Gordon will air March 11.
Our thoughts remain with Bobbi Kristina’s family and friends during this difficult time.
— Avery Thompson