Following the Sunday passing of Whitney Houston‘s 22-year-old daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown, her longtime boyfriend Nick Gordon is reportedly on suicide watch.
After Brown was found face down in the bathtub in her Atlanta home on Jan. 31, her family began to suspect foul play on Gordon’s part. Gordon, however, continues to deny any involvement in her death.
According to a source who spoke to Hollywood Life, “Nick is on suicide watch.” The source continued, “He is out of control with regret and sadness. He keeps saying that if only Bobbi Kristina had heard his voice, things would have been different. She may have lived.”
It was reported that Brown’s father, Bobby Brown, banned Gordon, 25, from seeing her in the hospital. Soon after, the family dropped a $10 million lawsuit on Gordon for allegedly abusing Brown and withdrawing over $11,000 from her bank account while she was hospitalized.
According to NY Daily News, the civil claim was filed on June 24, in Fulton County, Ga. It was said in the complaint that Gordon caused “substantial” harm to Brown and that he punched her in the face, resulting in him “knocking out a front tooth.”
No word yet on whether or not these claims have been investigated, but as it stands, those close to Gordon fear he is danger of taking his own life after the loss of his girlfriend.
We’ll keep you updated with the latest.
SOURCE: NY Daily News | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty | VIDEO SOURCE: NDN
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