Bobbi Kirstina Brown: Nick Gordon’s mom says he has “suffered greatly”

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Bobbi Kristina Brown had history of passing out in bathtubs: report.

Bobbi Kristina fell asleep drunk in a hotel tub the night before her Grammy-award winning mom died in 2012 — a fact that could be critical evidence in her death investigation, TMZ reported Tuesday, citing law enforcement sources.Bobbi Kristina Brown arrives at Tri-Star Pictures’ ‘Sparkle’ premiere on August 16, 2012 in Hollywood, California. (credit: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) ATLANTA (AP) – R&B singer Bobby Brown said Monday that his daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, was “an angel” and that the family must find a way to honor her memory.Written reaction statements from Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family and friends who knew her best, issued the day after she died in an Atlanta-area hospice, expressed common grief and a common plea: Let us mourn in peace.

The 22-year-old died six months after she was found unresponsive and face-down in a tub in her Roswell, Ga., home and placed in a medically-induced coma. Three years earlier, Bobbi Kristina got too drunk while partying with Whitney Houston and passed out in her Beverly Hilton hotel tub with the water running, sources said. Bobby Brown’s lawyer, Christopher Brown, issued a statement on his behalf saying Bobbi Kristina, or Krissy as the family called her, had succumbed to her injuries and taken “her place in heaven.” “Krissy was and is an angel.

She woke up to find the bathroom flooded and was rushed to the hospital for acute alcohol poisoning the next day — despite publicists’ claims the visit was for stress and anxiety, the site reported. The news of Bobbi Kristina’s reported tub incident could get her boyfriend Nick Gordon — who the family claims is responsible for her death — off the hook as investigators probe how she died. And he attempted to control his image with a reality series based on his home life, but the show became shorthand for jokes about dysfunctional family relationships. An autopsy is underway to determine the cause of death — a preliminary report found there is no “obvious underlying cause of death and no significant injuries,” the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office said Monday, noting a full report could take weeks. We thank everyone for the prayers for Krissy and our family as we mourn my baby girl.” “The passing of Bobbi Kristina is devastating to Nick and our family,” Michele Gordon said in the statement. “Nick loved and cared for Krissi (sic) deeply, and he has suffered greatly each and every day they’ve been apart.

She went ahead with the appearance and used it to talk about what a lovely girl Bobbi Kristina was. “She was a sweetheart, she will be missed—she was a good girl,” Warwick said. “It’s not easy. She identified herself on Twitter as “Daughter of Queen WH,” ”Entertainer/Actress” with William Morris & Co., and “LAST of a dying breed.” She told Oprah Winfrey shortly after her mother’s death in 2012 that she wanted to carry on her mother’s legacy by singing, acting and dancing. Bobbi Kristina’s tragedy bore an eerie parallel to the death of her mother (and Brown’s ex-wife), pop titan Houston, who died in a Beverly Hills hotel room before the Grammy Awards in 2012.

May u rest in peace with your mommy #BobbiKristina sending prayers 2 the Brown/Houston family.” The late singer sold more than 50 million records in the United States alone during her career. Her voice, an ideal blend of power, grace and beauty, made classics out of songs like “Saving All My Love For You,” ”I Will Always Love You” and “The Greatest Love of All.” She earned six Grammys and starred in the films “The Bodyguard” and “The Preacher’s Wife.” Bobby Brown, who had a bad-boy image, also became a huge star, selling platinum records with New Edition and going solo before drugs and legal woes derailed his career.

Bobbi Kristina appeared alongside both parents in 2005 on the Bravo reality show “Being Bobby Brown,” which captured her parents fighting, swearing and appearing in court. For the entirety of their union, Brown and Houston were scrutinized — with the brunt of the vitriol from critics, fans and the media aimed toward Brown.

From the moment the pair began courting each other after meeting at the 1989 Soul Train Music Awards, the media, and Houston’s own family, loudly wondered why. Authorities found prescription drugs in the suite, and evidence of heart disease and cocaine in her body, but determined her death was an accidental drowning. The massively successful R&B group helped lay the groundwork for modern boy bands such as New Kids on the Block, ‘NSync and Backstreet Boys with syrupy R&B-steeped pop hits and legions of fans. With fame and fortune, however, came drinking and drugs, and by the time he broke out with 1988’s “Don’t Be Cruel” — its new jack swing sound and mature lyrics a departure from the bubble gum fare of his earlier work — he was an R&B bad boy. He would be arrested for numerous offenses over the years, including driving under the influence, drug possession and battery for allegedly striking Houston.

The headlines were endless during their marriage, with rumors of the pair abusing cocaine, crack and heroin — and given the perception of the pair when they met, it’s not hard to see why much of the public assumed Brown was the dark cloud over Houston’s sparkling pop image. That perception may have played a role in Brown’s solo career, which never quite regained the same momentum under the glaring wattage of Houston’s superstardom and his continuous legal troubles. Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard said he and his office are interested in reviewing the investigative file to determine whether any charges will be filed.

Houston and Brown seemed unaware of their dysfunction in Bravo’s short-lived reality series “Being Bobby Brown,” a show rife with more lows than highs. Bobbi Kristina’s grandmother, Cissy Houston, and aunt, Pat Houston, eventually took over control of the trust and then took Bobbi Kristina to court to protect the estate. They were the butt of frequent parody — none as aggressive as the skits on Fox’s “MadTV” — and years later when Chris Brown assaulted Rihanna and their saga of off-and-on-again romance played out in public, the young singers were called “the new Bobby and Whitney.” But in her 2013 memoir, “Remembering Whitney,” Houston’s mother, Cissy, admitted that Brown wasn’t the one who introduced the singer to hard drugs.

She even sat down with Oprah Winfrey and said the same, but it was hard to imagine Houston being the one to introduce Brown to substances beyond marijuana. If you didn’t get it the first time that is.” They got identical “WH” tattoos with flying doves on their wrists, and Gordon added a large portrait of Houston’s face on his arm.

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