Poor Bobbi. The 18 year-old has reportedly now been rushed to the hospital from the Beverly Hilton Hotel where her mother died. Last night she had a meltdown when police wouldn’t let her see her mom’s body, reports TMZ.com. The poor thing must be beyond devastated.
We’re so worried about Whitney Houston‘s teenage daughter Bobbi Kristina. She was taken out of the Beverly Hilton on a stretcher this afternoon, according to TMZ. We hear that she has been hospitalized due to “nervous breakdown” type symptoms, two sources tell Hollywoodlife.com exclusively.
“Bobbi Kristina physically couldn’t move after learning of her mother’s death. She had a complete shutdown,” a source reports. “She was crying and hyperventilating. She was completely lost in emotion. She looked like she had seen a ghost when she was placed on a stretcher and taken to the hospital.”
Last night, Feb 11, she had rushed to the Beverly Hilton Hotel after hearing that her mother had passed away and had actually gotten into a screaming match with police officers outside her mother’s room, when the police refused to let her see her mother’s body , according to TMZ.com. She was yelling, cursing and demanding to see her mother’s body.
Other people who were in Whitney’s suite at the time of her death identified her body. Whitney’s stylist, hairdresser and two bodyguards were in the hotel suite and worried when she was in the bathroom for over an hour before the Clive Davis‘ pre-Grammys party, reports TMZ. When she didn’t respond to knocking, her female hairdresser went in the bathroom and screamed after discovering her body.
Our hearts go out to Whitney and Bobby Brown‘s only child, Bobbi, who is just 18. We hear that she was very close to her mom.
We can totally understand how Bobbie Kristina feels. She’s in shock, probably in disbelief and struggling with overwhelming grief. It’s not surprising that she would have a meltdown last night but it’s very worrisome that she’s now been rushed to the hospital. Let’s just hope that family, friends and her father Bobby are gathering around her to give her the support that she needs right now and will need for a long time. Our prayers go out to you, Bobbi Kristina.
— Bonnie Fuller