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Updated: Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015, 9:45 pm ET: Singer Bobby Brown issued a statement today regarding the condition of his daughter Bobby Kristina Brown, who was hospitalized on Saturday morning after being found unconscious in her bathtub.

It offered no new details on Bobbi Kristina’s condition and asked that privacy be given to his family at this time.

“Privacy is requested in this matter,” the statement read. “Please allow for my family to deal with this matter and give my daughter the love and support she needs at this time.”

Brown’s lawyer Christopher Brown added: “The report that Bobbi Kristina Brown has been taken to the hospital in Atlanta, Georgia is accurate. No additional information will be forthcoming.”

There have been conflicting reports of Bobbi Kristina’s condition, vacillating between “pretty good,” to having “significantly diminished brain function.”

Updated: Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015, 8:30 pm ET: Sadly, reports are coming in that the situation is looking grim for Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of the late singer Whitney Houston and her ex-husband Bobby Brown.

Though a full recovery is in the realm of possibility, many are looking for a “miracle,” according to a source who spoke with People magazine.

At this moment, the Houstons and the Browns have come together for Bobbi Kristina, which is a beautiful thing. “Everyone is holding hands, praying, hoping for the best. Everyone knows where things are at,” reports the source.

Twenty-one-year Bobbi Kristina has not regained consciousness since she was found in her Roswell, Ga. home Saturday morning. She is currently on a venhilator, and there is reportedly “very little brain activity.” It’s believed she was without oxygen for an undetermined amount of time when her husband, Nick Gordon, and a friend found her and began to administer CPR.

As expected, Bobby Brown is reportedly “inconsolable” at the fact the his daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown is in such a fragile predicament.

But it ain’t over til it’s over.

Bobbi Kristina hails from a prayerful family, and a lot of folks who love her mother and father are pulling for her.

We’re all pulling for you Bobbi Kris!


Updated: Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015, 10:15am ET: Bobbi Kristina Brown was placed in a medically induced coma at North Fulton Hospital because of swelling on the brain yesterday, according to

“I can’t comment on any condition because of the HIPAA laws, but I can tell you she is still alive,” says Roswell P.D. spokesperson Lisa Holland.

While authorities said it was unclear what caused Bobbi Kristina to lose consciousness in the tub, “Entertainment Tonight” reported she suffered “an apparent accidental drug overdose,” although there were no drugs found in the home by police. The news outlet is also saying that she’s been placed on a ventilator.

TMZ also reports that Brown’s father, singer Bobby Brown, arrived at the hospital last night with Tyler Perry, who was flying by private jet from Los Angeles to Atlanta on business, and offered Brown a ride. The two arrived at the hospital during the evening and both were reportedly at Bobbi Kristina’s bedside.

Because the incident happened in a bathtub, many are calling it eerily similar to the way in which her mother, singing legend Whitney Houston, died. Further, the third anniversary of Houston’s death is less than two weeks away.


Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of late singer Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, was found unresponsive in the bathtub of her Georgia home Saturday morning.

Brown was found by her husband, Nick Gordon, and a friend, according to Officer Lisa Holland, a spokeswoman for the Roswell Police Department. She was given CPR and taken to the hospital alive where she is currently being treated.

The incident is under investigation. We hope for the best for Bobbi Kristina and her family.

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UPDATED: Bobby Brown Issues Statement, Conflicting Reports On Bobbi Kristina’s Condition  was originally published on

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