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Whitney Houston & Bobby Brown's daughter - Bobbi Kristina Found Unconscious in Bathtub

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posted on Feb, 6 2015 @ 01:37 PM
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a reply to: Anyafaj

Ran across this......One source says one thing, another says the opposite. ???????


Outside the Emory University Hospital, Bobby, who turns 46 today, spoke for the first time about the child he had with the late Whitney Houston.

“She’s good,” he told Access Hollywood.

However, Bobby said the family is not without hope for Bobbi Kristina — and they have not taken her off life support.

“We’re praying,” he said, calling reports she was off the ventilator “a flat out lie.”


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posted on Feb, 6 2015 @ 01:50 PM
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originally posted by: MrLimpet
a reply to: Anyafaj

Ran across this......One source says one thing, another says the opposite. ???????


Outside the Emory University Hospital, Bobby, who turns 46 today, spoke for the first time about the child he had with the late Whitney Houston.

“She’s good,” he told Access Hollywood.

However, Bobby said the family is not without hope for Bobbi Kristina — and they have not taken her off life support.

“We’re praying,” he said, calling reports she was off the ventilator “a flat out lie.”


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Supposedly to, Bobby is refusing to come to terms with it. I'm wondering if it's a case of say the lie long enough, eventually you believe it? I truly do hope she pulls through. She's gone through enough in life.


Bobby refuses to pull the plug




Bobby Brown is adamant ... he doesn't want to take his daughter Bobbi Kristina off life support because he believes in God-driven miracles.

Bobby's feelings are not shared by doctors, who have advised him she will not improve and pulling life support is an appropriate action. But Brown and his family -- who are deeply religious -- believe doctors cannot account for miracles ... miracles the family has seen before.

We're told Bobbi Kristina's condition has remained the same since Monday morning ... her brain functions are minimal and there has been no improvement.



posted on Feb, 6 2015 @ 01:55 PM
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Family brawl started over a valet parking ticket




Cops tell us the fight started over a valet parking ticket between Bobby's sister Tina and her son. Cops also say a witness told them Shayne allegedly began throwing punches at his mother after he was hit.

As if Bobby Brown didn't have enough on his plate -- his family got into a bloody, bottle-smashing, all out melee during his birthday dinner Thursday night in Atlanta.

After Bobby left Bobbi Kristina's hospital bedside, he went to have dinner with his wife, siblings and cousins at their hotel restaurant ...where people got wasted, and things blew up. Family sources tell us one of the cousins, Shayne Brown, called Bobby's older sister Tina ... "a crackhead" ... and then she went off.



Things have GOT to be stressful and an all time high right now.



posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 02:30 AM
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Was Bobbi Kristina on the run from the law?





A warrant for Whitney Houston’s fragile daughter was issued on 28th January by the Alpharetta Municipal Court because she had failed to attend a court hearing two weeks earlier.

Bobbi Kristina had been stopped by traffic officers on September 9 last year because she was driving her luxury Lexus IS250 sports car with an expired registration in Alpharetta, Georgia.

The 21-year-old was ordered to attend a court on January 14 to answer the charges – a minor offence that carries a maximum penalty of a $2,500 fine, as well as having the car impounded.

Repeat offenders face up to 12-months in jail.



Obviously this is VERY minor, HOWEVER!



But Miss Brown failed to appear at the Alpharetta Municipal Court and the judge, the Honorable Lee Whiteside, issued the bench warrant for her immediate arrest.


She made it major.



Upon arrest Whitney Houston’s daughter would have been immediately put in jail and would spend up to 72 hours behind bars until a hearing could be set for her to answer the charges.

The warrant has now been dismissed due to ‘recent events’, Alpharetta Police Department confirmed in a statement issued on February 5.

Spokesman George Gordon said: ‘I confirm the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety had an active warrant from Ms Bobbi Kristina Brown.

‘The warrant was issued because she failed to show up for a mandatory court appearance after being cited for operating a motor vehicle with expired tag registration.

‘The warrant was issued due to her failure to appear in court at the mandated date and time.

‘In light of recent events involving Ms Bobbi Kristina Brown, we are not focused on the warrant issue. In fact, we requested the court to recall the warrant and dismiss it – which they did.

‘The important issue is we hope her friends and family find a measure of comfort during this difficult period.’



posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 02:36 AM
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Police now investigate Nick for "suspicious" injuries on Bobby Kristina




A criminal investigation has been launched in the case of Bobby Kristina, with police considering the possibility foul play may have been involved before she was found face down in a bathtub.

She remains in a coma in Emory University Hospital after she was found unconscious by Gordon and friend Max Lomas in her Roswell, Georgia home.

The site reported that police are looking into claims there was an altercation between Bobbi and Gordon, who are believed to have a history of domestic violence, in the hours before the incident.

Lomas also alleges that Gordon cleaned up blood in his house before paramedics and police arrived at the scene.


So the drug dealer claims her boyfriend cleaned blood up before police arrived. I'll see if I can find it, but the drug dealer also claims it was HE, not Nick who found her in the tub. It was HE, not Nick who called 911. HE asked Nick to do CPR as he didn't know how to do it.



On Friday it was revealed that Bobbi could have been submerged in the bath for between 10 and 15 minutes before she was found.

'It seems like it might've been 10 or 15 minutes that she must have been alone,' Lomas' attorney Ashleigh Merhant told E! News. 'But we don't know at what point she actually ended up in the tub during that time.'

Lomas found Bobbi Kristina after he went looking for her when a cable man knocked at the door, E! reported. When she did not respond, he went in and found her, his attorney said.



posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 02:40 AM
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Lomas found Bobbi Kristina, NOT Nick




An attorney said Wednesday that it was his client who found Bobbi Kristina Brown face-down in a bathtub last week and called 911, not Brown's partner.

Maxwell Lomas, 24, of Duluth, Georgia — not Nick Gordon — found Brown on Jan. 31 at a townhome in suburban Atlanta, said attorney Philip Holloway. Lomas and the 25-year-old Gordon were both listed in the police report as being at the home when investigators arrived.

"He immediately pulled her from the water and called 911 as well as alerting other people in the house," Holloway said of Lomas. "He did whatever he could do to assist in resuscitative measures until first responders arrived."

Previously, police in Roswell, Georgia, where the townhome is located, had said that Gordon and Lomas found the woman in the bathtub and that Lomas called 911 while Gordon performed CPR. Gordon has not spoken publicly since then.

"He remains in the Metropolitan Atlanta area and has been questioned by police as have many other people," Holloway said. The attorney described Lomas as a close friend and frequent house guest of Brown's.



Between this, and now a criminal investigation, not looking good. Sounds like Gordon's story to the cops just isn't matching up and is starting to fall apart.
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posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 09:24 AM
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originally posted by: Anyafaj


Between this, and now a criminal investigation, not looking good. Sounds like Gordon's story to the cops just isn't matching up and is starting to fall apart.


One of the original reports claimed that Gordon stated; BK called him from the bathroom claiming she was going to take her life so he and Lomas went to the house and found her.

My first thought was how did she know she was in the bathroom?

Now, apparently,...Gordon & Lomas were actually at the house, along with a cable guy


Something very fishy is going on.



posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 10:37 AM
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originally posted by: MrLimpet

originally posted by: Anyafaj


Between this, and now a criminal investigation, not looking good. Sounds like Gordon's story to the cops just isn't matching up and is starting to fall apart.


One of the original reports claimed that Gordon stated; BK called him from the bathroom claiming she was going to take her life so he and Lomas went to the house and found her.

My first thought was how did she know she was in the bathroom?

Now, apparently,...Gordon & Lomas were actually at the house, along with a cable guy


Something very fishy is going on.



Apparently, according to the link, Gordon, Lomas and the cable guy were all together, then Gordon disappeared for a bit. The cable guy had to get into Krissy's bedroom and Lomas let him in and found Krissy in the tub and pulled her out. He called 911, which if true, the cable guy would confirm to cops, got Nick and had Nick perform CPR. Nick began cleaning blood up apparently from an earlier fight? With Krissy? When and over what? Doesn't that violate the restraining order? Lot of questions I guess we may never know the answer to, or may learn in the coming days.



posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 10:47 AM
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a reply to: Anyafaj

Do you happen to know if drugs were found in her system? Shouldn't they have done a test of some kind?



posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 11:56 AM
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originally posted by: Benevolent Heretic
a reply to: Anyafaj

Do you happen to know if drugs were found in her system? Shouldn't they have done a test of some kind?



I don't know if it's been reported yet, but I assume tests would have been ran when she came in to the hospital to see what caused her to slip under the water, medical, medicinal, or other. If they have the results, they aren't releasing it to the press as of yet, but I'll bet the cops know. For as much as has been "revealed" to the press thus far, on this they've been very tight lipped. Could be if it was attempted murder, they want to hold something back for trial, maybe? Just a guess on my part.



posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 12:07 PM
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a reply to: Anyafaj

Thanks for keeping up with the latest on this story.



posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 12:09 PM
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originally posted by: Benevolent Heretic
a reply to: Anyafaj

Thanks for keeping up with the latest on this story.



You're welcome.

I don't normally but it's one that hits close to home for me, so I do in this case.



posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 12:16 PM
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originally posted by: Annee
I really no longer care about those who overdose (if that's the case).

Few of us had "rosey" childhoods.



Yeah, and some of us are stronger than the other.

A suicide or death is always tragic... and not saying that you do but...it is not something to make fun about...


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posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 01:18 PM
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originally posted by: Annee
I really no longer care about those who overdose (if that's the case).

Few of us had "rosey" childhoods.

I know the tendency is to think young people are spoilt and wet under the ears, but do you really think what you just said is a good thing? So should it be the standard in the future not to have a "rosey" childhood? I mean, it's good for a child to witness a variety of bad things. It toughens them, doesn't it? It prepares them for the sh**** world out there.

Why don't we go back to the time when woman had no rights, homosexuals were executed, public hangings were common, children worked all day, people received almost no education, slaves were traded, youth mortality was high, people with mental illness were burned alive or otherwise not understood and so on. That world had more suffering, didn't it? Therefore, it'd be better. The more suffering we undergo, the merrier we'll be.

Some stress is good, but if it kills you, you can't learn from it. And what good is it to cut off your right arm, so you appreciate your left arm more? No matter how much more grateful you're and skilled you're with one arm, you'll never replace the one you lost. Everybody likes to see someone who's grateful and skilled with one arm, but who wants to cut off their own child's arm to make them more grateful? Isn't that slightly morbid?

What I say here is independent of the OP.
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posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 01:45 PM
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originally posted by: zatara

originally posted by: Annee
I really no longer care about those who overdose (if that's the case).

Few of us had "rosey" childhoods.



Yeah, and some of us are stronger than the other.

A suicide or death is always tragic... and not saying that you do but...it is not something to make fun about...



Who's making fun?

When I was 9 I wanted to commit suicide. I think I'm an Aspergers type (but, that was 50+ years ago). I couldn't connect with the world. I had OBEs from first memory. I was just lost.

But, even at age 9 I could reason, if things are that bad I have 2 choices -- end it or fight back.

Life is Choices.

I have no sympathy for people who can't think clearly because of substance abuse.



posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 02:04 PM
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You do know I'm on my third generation of raising kids, right?

Raised my own, on my own, one was an ADD, helped raise my now 22 year old grandson, and am now raising 7 year old grandson on the Autism Spectrum.

My daughter works in Hollywood production. So, raising kids in the shadow of Hollywood.

Not even going to get into the 14 year old granddaughter.

Again, Life is Choices. Life is being personnaly responsible for those choices. No matter if you are born with a silver spoon in your mouth or the ghetto. Same applies.



posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 02:08 PM
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You do realize poverty is the cause of much problem? Most people in poverty never get a college degree. Most of them never become wealthy. They get stuck in it like a deep hole filled with thick slippery oily glue.

Are you advocating we all cut off our right arm so we appreciate the one remaining arm more? Maybe we should all become homeless too. We'd appreciate money more that way.

What am I doing? I'm not saying stress can't be good. Stress is good IF you survive it, and assuming you didn't lose more than you gained. And I'm also saying everything is NOT equal. People in poverty don't have equal choices compared to people in wealthy communities.

I think what we become is a mixture of choices and environment. I'm not saying choices don't matter. If you're willing to meet me halfway and say both apply then I'll agree with you.
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posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 02:53 PM
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Being poor is no excuse. Being poor does not force you to lift your hand and make bad choices.

We went through a spell early in our married life where we were poor, and we were offered all kinds of government aid. It would have immediately made our life much easier at the time. The catch? We would have had to have a child at that point in time to qualify.

What do you do? Food, housing, extra monetary assistance, medical, etc., all for starting a family something we likely planned on eventually anyhow. When you are in way over your head, trying to make ends meet on well below poverty line income, that's very tempting.

But we didn't. We stuck it out, and we are much better off today for it. How many people don't see that far down the line? But our poverty didn't force us to do anything.



posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 02:54 PM
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originally posted by: jonnywhite
a reply to: Annee
You do realize poverty is the cause of much problem? Most people in poverty never get a college degree. Most of them never become wealthy. They get stuck in it like a deep hole filled with thick slippery oily glue.



Poverty is an excuse. Plenty of people of poverty have successfully set their focus on education and earned their way out.

I was born into poverty. My dad ran off, blah blah blah. When I was a teenager my mom married a millionaire. I have been on both sides.

Money just gives you more choices. Making those choices is still up to you.



posted on Feb, 7 2015 @ 03:49 PM
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Grief likely clouded her judgement badly, it happens. Didn't you lose a son-in-law when a grandkid was born, Annee? Have some sympathy, some people don't deal well with life-altering losses. Imagine what that fatherly loss could have yielded if the grandkid was a teen and not a baby.

Your stance is a bit arrogant, at best.




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