Whitney Houston’s sister-in-law, manager, confidante and estate executor, Pat Houston (pictured above), has reportedly filed a restraining order against Nick Gordon (pictured below), who recently married her niece Bobbi Kristina (pictured below), according to TMZ.
The court-ordered document stipulates that Pat’s step-nephew has to stay at least 200 yards from her because she allegedly feels threatened by him.
Gordon, who was never legally adopted by Whitney, came to live with her when he was 12-years-old and his birth mother could no longer care for him. The young tween was raised side-by-side with Bobbi Kris, whom many thought considered him to be a brother.
After Whitney’s death in 2012, rumors began surfacing that Gordon and Bobbi Kris had become romantically involved. Eventually photos began popping up of their romance and it became evident that the pair had indeed stepped out of the sibling arena.
Pat was clearly not happy about the romantic relationship between Gordon and her niece, and she made that clear on the family’s now defunct reality show, “The Houstons: On Our Own.”
The young couple married in January and Pat has allegedly taken out the restraining order against Gordon because he allegedly spewed threats and intimidated her with pictures of guns.
After being served with the order on Monday, Gordon, who is a partner in a tech company, told TMZ he “doesn’t give a f**k.”
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