Bobby Brown’s Family Banned From Visiting Bobbi Kristina In Hospice: Report
Bobby Brown’s family members have reportedly been banned from visiting Bobbi Kristina at her Atlanta-area hospice center after security guards alerted the Houston family that someone in Brown’s camp was the one who snapped a deathbed photo of the ailing 22-year-old.
As Gossip Cop previously reported, a member of Bobbi Kristina’s family took a photo of her at the Peachtree Christian Hospice center last week, and has been trying to sell it to different media outlets. In the image, a female relative of Bobbi Kristina’s is seen standing next to her bed. The person who took the picture is not seen in the photo.
Bobbi Kristina’s legal guardians have since made the decision to ban Brown family members from the facility. Obviously, the ban does not affect Bobby Brown, who will still be permitted to see his daughter. He and Pat Houston, who is married Whitney Houton’s brother Gary, are co-guardians of Bobbi Kristina, overseeing medical care, and she also has a conservator for her financial estate.
According to TMZ, the family knows who among the Browns took the picture, but will not publicly reveal the person’s name. So far the deathbed photo has not surfaced online anywhere, and the family is furious someone took the picture in the first place. As Gossip Cop noted, Bobby Brown’s sister, Leolah Brown, ranted about the incident on Facebook last week, writing that she wanted everyone who had access to Bobbi Kristina’s room to take a lie detector test.