A specialist in Chicago saw Bobbi Kristina Brown before she was moved to hospice care.
Although the Los Angeles Times reports Brown flew to Chicago and the move to hospice did happen, the publication noted that it’s unclear as far who ordered the medevac for the move. While People and TMZ cite Bobbi Kristina’s co-guardian Pat Houston as the person responsible for the move, OK Magazine mentions Bobby Brown.
But the bottom line is the two families are making it known that move had nothing to do with Oprah Winfrey or Tyler Perry.
Referencing TMZ, the Times mentioned that the family is annoyed by rumors that paint them as folks relying on celebrities to get the best care for Bobbi Kristina. The newspaper continued to reference the site via a report it posted last week about a brain surgeon meeting with the family and telling them that there was “no hope” that Bobbi Kristina would come out of the coma she’s been in after being found face down and unresponsive in a bathtub in the home she shared with her boyfriend Nick Gordon on Jan. 31.
The revelation resulted in the family’s decision to take Bobbi Kristina off her medications and move her to hospice to die a natural death.
News of Bobbi Kristina’s meeting in Chicago with doctors comes as Gordon pulls a team of lawyers together to fight charges that will presumably be leveled against him. On Thursday, authorities submitted the results of their months-long investigation into the events surrounding Bobbi Kristina’s situation on Jan. 31 to prosecutors. From there, prosecutors will decide whether to bring charges in the case.
Among the attorneys Gordon has recruited are Joe Habachy and Randy Kessler, who have been representing him thus far, in addition to Casey Anthony lawyer Jose Baez and Natalee Holloway investigator TJ Ward, People reports.
“In view of the new circumstances regarding the health status of Bobbi Kristina Brown, we will be reviewing the case with greater interest,” Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard said in a statement to the Associated Press.
Prior to Bobbi Kristina’s move to hospice care, her conservator filed a civil suit against Gordon. In the suit, which was filed the day before the move, the conservator alleges that Gordon abused Krissi, took her money and maneuvered himself into a position to control her and her substantial wealth. Funds Gordon took include $11,000 after Bobbi Kristina was hospitalized.
The conservator’s suit goes on to allege that a loud argument took place Jan. 31 before Bobbi Kristina was able to meet with someone for advice about Gordon.
Overall, the conservator is seeking $10 million in damages.
In light of Bobby suffering four losses in the last few years, Bell admits that so much tragedy has made it hard for him to find the right words when talking to Bobby. As a result, the BBD member stated that his heart goes out to the Brown and Houston families.
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