Our hearts continue to break for Bobbi. Whitney Houston’s daughter has allegedly been severely depressed in the months leading up to her hospitalization, HollywoodLife.com learned EXCLUSIVELY.
Since her mother Whitney Houston’s death, Bobbi Kristina Brown has not been the same. The 21-year-old has been dealing with intense grief and is in “terrible shape,” an insider reveals to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. This is so heartbreaking. Here’s what we know.
Bobbi Kristina Brown Fighting Depression: Her Problems Before Hospitalization
Bobbi has allegedly considered getting treatment as she continued to struggle with depression, HollywoodLife.com learned EXCLUSIVELY.
“Ever since the movie on her mother came out she’s been in terrible shape,” our source continued. “She was upset she wasn’t a part of the project. “
Whitney’s daughter has been grieving over her mother since her death in 2012. Bobbi has been “vacillating between extremes for a while now and is fighting grief and demons of her own creation,” People magazine reports.
Bobbi and Whitney shared a tight mother-daughter bond. Bobbi was hospitalized just days after Whitney’s death for stress and anxiety.
We can imagine how hard that must have been for Bobbi, since she was a very significant part of her mother’s life. Bobbi continues to remember her mother’s legacy and impact on her. Days before she was hospitalized, Bobbi shared a sweet message in her honor over Twitter.
We hope that Bobbi makes a full recovery and gets the help she needs.
Bobbi is deemed to be in stable condition following her hospitalization, and her family is “praying non-stop” for her full recovery. Bobbi was hospitalized after she was found face down in a bathtub filled with water in her Atlanta home.
“Bobbi Kristina is in a coma, but the doctors say there are brain waves which is very good. There is now hope that she will pull through. Everyone is praying non-stop, hoping for good news,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Our thoughts continue to go out to Bobbi and her loved ones during this difficult time as she continues to fight for her life.
— Julianne Ishler, Reporting by Tim Plant