Bobbi Kristina Brown Death Photo Sold To Tabloid For $100,000
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s death photo has reportedly been sold to a tabloid for over $100,000. It’s currently unknown which publication bought the photo that was secretly taken of Brown in a coffin, but supposedly it was snapped at the 22-year-old’s viewing on Friday, one day before her funeral at Saint James United Methodist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia.
While the person responsible for taking the photo has not been identified, TMZ reports that the Brown and Houston families are blaming each other for the unauthorized image. As Gossip Cop reported last month, a photo of Brown in her bed at an Atlanta-area hospice center was being shopped around to media. The photo was said to have been taken by one of her extended family members.
The person who took that photo was never publicly identified, and it’s not clear whether the Brown and Houston families suspect that same individual of also surreptitiously snapping the picture of Brown in her casket. Similarly, the person who photographed Brown in her hospice bed was also seeking $100,000 for that photo.
As Gossip Cop previously reported, a similar occurrence happened to Brown’s mother Whitney Houston back in 2012 when the National Enquirer published a sneaked photo of the singer in her open casket. Hopefully, there will be as much outrage and disgust with the outlet that publishes the Brown photo as there was with Enquirer back then.