Nick Gordon begs Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family to let him visit rehab hospital

19 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Bobbi Kristina Brown’s Boyfriend Makes New Plea With Brown, Houston Families to Visit Her.

Bobbi Kristina Brown’s partner Nick Gordon is so desperate to see his unresponsive girlfriend that he has asked his lawyers to release a statement to the media about his struggle.

A new statement released via Gordon’s lawyer notes Gordon’s “strong desire” to visit Brown, and states that he “now asks both the Browns and the Houstons, please let him see her.” The statement, obtained by TheWrap on Monday, also notes that Gordon has refrained from visiting Brown, who was found face-down and unresponsive in the bathtub of her Georgia home, out of respect for her family’s wishes. “Despite his strong desire to see Bobbi Kristina, Nick has respected the families’ wishes for over three months and has refrained from visiting or from pursuing access to her through the courts,” the statement reads in full. “He has asked through counsel many times privately and now asks both the Browns and the Houstons, please let him see her.” Gordon’s desire to visit Brown, the daughter of Bobby Brown and deceased singer Whitney Houston, has been a particularly messy point in the family drama surrounding Brown’s medical emergency. In February, news broke that Gordon had been barred from visiting her, and “desperately wants to be with the one he loves.” Gordon has also undergone his own personal struggles in recent months. Phil McGraw that aired in March, an emotionally distraught Gordon admitted to substance abuse, as well as severe pain, mental anguish and panic attacks. According to Bobbi Kristina’s grandmother Cissy Houston, the 22-year-old suffers from global irreversible brain damage, and is “not progressing at all.”

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