Bobbi Brown And His Lawyer (Christopher Brown) Speaks Out On Bobbi Kristina Current Condition
|Bobbi Brown And His Lawyer (Christopher Brown) |
Speaks Out On Bobbi Kristina Current Condition
|Bobbi Kristina And Nick Gordon|
Christopher Brown, the attorney for Bobby Brown, issued a statement on Friday saying, "Bobbi Kristina is not going home to die as numerous news affiliates and websites have reported."
Bobbi Kristina, the daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston, was placed in a medically-induced coma after being found face-down in a bathtub at a Roswell town home on Jan. 31. Her grandmother, Cissy Houston, has stated that her condition is not improving.
Last month, Bobby Brown and Pat Houston, Whitney Houston's sister-in-law, were legally appointed as co-guardians of Bobbi Kristina.
"I am making decisions with Pat Houston and we are working together for the medical care of my daughter.
I do not have time for the frequent side shows that others choose to engage in almost on a daily basis."
Earlier this week, Bobby Brown's sister, Leolah Brown, made statements also disputing recent media reports.
Bobby Brown's attorney said reports of a feud between Bobby and his sister were false.
"Furthermore, let me be clear, Bobby Brown has not made any comments to any reporting agency, despite thearticle reporting that he is feuding/angry with his sister Leolah Brown," Christopher Brown said.
Christopher Brown also distanced Bobby Brown from a family cousin, Jarod Brown.
"In addition, please do not report or follow Jerod Carter aka Jerod Brown aka YF Kennedy on the Bobbi Kristina 'Prayer Tour'.
Bobby Brown is not associated with the Prayer Tour and does not support it," Christopher Brown said.
Bobby Brown said he was focused on his daughter's health and the investigation into what led to her condition.
"Right now we are focused on Bobbi Kristina's medical prognosis and the criminal investigation," Bobby Brown said in a statement.
"These are the priorities for us. Whoever had a hand in causing my daughter's injuries needs to be brought to justice."