How very sad. Bobbi Kristina Brown’s condition has continued to deteriorate. The daughter of Whitney Houston has reportedly been moved into hospice care and taken off of her medication by her family — who say she’s ‘in God’s hands now.’
We had hoped that Bobbi Kristina Brown, 22, would pull out of it, but it seems things have taken a turn for the worse. The daughter of the late Whitney Houston has been in a medically induced coma since she was found unresponsive in her bathtub on Jan 31. Now, her family has said Bobbi Kristina continues to “deteriorate,” confirming that she has been moved into hospice care.
Bobbi’s aunt, Pat Houston, gave an update on her niece’s condition when she spoke to E! News. In a statement, she said that “despite the great medical care at numerous facilities, Bobbi Kristina Brown’s condition has continued to deteriorate.” As of June 24, Bobbi Kristina “has been moved into hospice care. We thank everyone for their support and prayers. She is in God’s hands now.” She is also reportedly off her medications, according to TMZ, and her family is reportedly waiting for the inevitable.
This development comes after Bobby Brown’s legal council reportedly insisted to E! News that Bobbi Kristina wasn’t “going home to die.” Bobbi was discovered unconscious in a bathtub in her Georgia home by boyfriend Nick Gordon. She was rushed to a hospital and placed in a coma ever since.
Bobbi Kristina’s grandmother, Cissy Houston, admitted in March interview that there was “not a great deal of hope” that he granddaughter would recover from this tragic accident. Sadly, Pat’s statement that Bobbi Kristina been put into hospice care seems to confirm this.
We hoped Bobbi Kristina had experienced a miracle when her father told the audience at an April 18 concert that she was “awake.” Bobby said that his daughter was “awake” and that she was “watching” him. However, the Houston family disputed the claim and said that Bobbi Kristina was still “unresponsive.”
Our thoughts go out to Bobbi Kristina’s family and friends during this very difficult time.
— Jason Brow