Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston, died at the age of 22 on Sunday at a hospice, after almost five months of being in a medically induced coma.
Speaking for Roswell Police Department, Lisa Holland said Brown was rendered with cardiopulmonary resuscitation while waiting for rescuers.
Relatives from Houston side announced in June that Kristina’s condition only worsened despite advance medical science and she was transferred to a hospice, a move that is thought to be a last resort for patients, news said. In last month’s statement, the family said Kristina was in God’s hands.
Reports said on June 25, her family, including aunt Pat Houston and father Bobby, was gathered by her side. Today, a statement from Pat Houston came with bereavement, saying the young lady “is finally at peace in the arms of God. We want to thank everyone for their tremendous amount of love and support during these last few months.”
It was on January 31 when Krissi — as friends called her — was found facedown and unconscious by Max Lomas, her friend and live-in partner Nick Gordon in her bathtub at her residence in Roswell, Georgia. She was rushed to North Fulton Hospital and later, and moved to Emory University Hospital, where she was put into medically induced coma and ventilator. She never regained consciousness.
Almost three years earlier, her legendary mother was found in an almost similar situation. Circumstances surrounding the incident in Jan 31 were not fully studied and Gordon was accused of beating the young Brown and stealing money from her, according to the news. Gordon was slapped with a lawsuit by Krissi’s conservator.