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Nick Gordon is headed back to “Dr. Phil” for his first interview since the death of Bobbi Kristina Brown, his girlfriend who was found unconscious in a bathtub at her Georgia home.

In a promo for the exclusive, scheduled to air on April 28, Gordon is faced with questions the world has been asking since the tragedy, including, “Tell me what happened the night Krissy went into the coma” and “Did you murder Bobbi Kristina Brown?”

Via E!

After Brown’s cause of death was revealed in March on what would have been her 23rd birthday, Gordon’s name resurfaced in the headlines while his lawyers alleged he “tried to save Bobbi Kristina’s life.”

A medical examiner revealed that she passed away from Lobar pneumonia as a result of Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy and water immersion combined with mixed drug intoxication.

However, the manner of her death was deemed “undetermined,” meaning it is still unknown whether Bobbi died from intentional or accidental causes.

While no official suspects have been named as of yet in the ongoing criminal case, Gordon was accused of putting “her face down in a tub of cold water causing her to suffer brain damage” in a $40 million civil lawsuit filed by Brown’s estate.

Watch:

Bobbi Kristina Brown Dies, Celebrities React Via Social Media
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3 thoughts on “[WATCH] Nick Gordon Returning To ‘Dr. Phil’ For 1st TV Interview Since Bobbi Kristina’s Death

  1. RENO2AC on said:

    Joy, it for attention on his part; ratings on “Dr.” Phil’s part. And, you’re not being harsh. You only stated the obvious.

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