Bobbi Kristina, 18, the only daughter of Bobby Brown and the late, great Whitney Houston was allegedly found “getting high” after her mother’s funeral Saturday afternoon, reports The Daily Beast. Family were frantically looking for the teen and once she was found they quickly downplayed the incident to the press:
“Everyone was freaking out and calling Bobbi Kristina’s cell,” said one source, a longtime family friend. “It was so much commotion and activity after the funeral that Bobbi Kristina just slipped away. Ms. Cissy [Houston, Whitney’s mother] was beside herself.”
Several hours after the funeral, Bobbi Kristina was found at a hotel “getting high,” according to one source who was with the family when they received the news. A second source was told of the event from a member of the family. (The Houston spokesperson denied the incident occurred.) Some family members wanted to whisk the aspiring singer to rehab last night, while others fought for her to stay to see her mother buried this morning.
There was some confusion about Bobbi Kristina’s whereabouts last night for a short time, but she’s OK,” a Houston family spokesperson told The Daily Beast. “She needed some time alone.” The spokesperson says Bobbi Kristina isn’t on drugs and is just emotionally fragile at this time. “She is going through a very hard time as you can expect.”
It has been reported that the family is planning to send Bobbi Kristina, who reportedly spent time in a rehab facility last year, back into treatment as soon as possible. Whatever is going on with her, hopefully she gets the help that she needs.
We’re rooting for you, Bobbi Kris!
Read more about the Houston family’s plans for Bobbi Kristina on The Daily Beast.
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