Whitney Houston’s daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown will die at home. That is what the most recent reports show the family is aiming for. Her condition has only worsened over the months and it appears arrangements are finally being made to allow her to die in peace.
According to The International Business Times:
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family wants her to “die peacefully” at her home, Mirror Online reported. The daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston has been fighting for her life for the last four months, and has shown little signs of improvement.
Bobbi Kristina’s family reportedly is preparing to bring her out of a rehabilitation facility in Atlanta so that she can spend her final days at home — in suburban Roswell, Georgia, where she was found unresponsive in January.
This is the second time that reports of the aspiring actress’ possible return to her home have surfaced. Last month, a source told Radar Online that the family was planning to move her from the DeKalb Medical facility, where she was admitted in mid-March after spending the initial few weeks in an induced coma at Emory University Hospital.
“They are planning to keep her in Georgia and possibly bring her back to the townhouse,” the source had told Radar Online, last month. “That was her home and her mom’s home and if they can bring her back it would be great.”
However, neither the Browns nor the Houstons have confirmed such a move.
“If she’s alive, let her be home and surrounded by beautiful photos of her mom. It’s as good as it gets in such a bad situation,” the source added.
Bobbi Kristina was put in a medically-induced coma after she was found unconscious in a bathtub at her home on Jan. 31. The Brown and the Houston families have been feuding since then over Bobbi Kristina’s medical condition. Bobby Brown had reportedly vowed that he would do anything to keep his daughter alive and that he will be standing by her, no matter what.
Several reports had earlier claimed that Bobby Brown was planning to take his daughter off life support. “He’s never going to do that. I don’t think he’ll ever go there; if there’s a 2 percent chance, a 1 percent chance, a 0.1 percent chance, he will keep hope alive,” a source close to Bobby Brown had told People magazine. However, Bobbi Kristina’s grandmother, Cissy Houston, had hinted that there wasn’t much that the family could do to help her.
Last month, Bobby Brown won full custody of his daughter, which grants him guardianship rights but no say on his daughter’s $20 million estate, which she inherited from her Grammy award-winning mother.
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