Bobbi Kristina Brown remains hospitalized at Atlanta's Emory University Hospital, now more than a week after being found unresponsive and face-down in a bathtub, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Monday. She’s been surrounded by family and friends, including Tyler Perry, who was a huge support to the family at the time of the death of her mother, Whitney Houston.
While her father, Bobby Brown; grandmother, Cissy Houston; aunt, Pat Houston; and other relatives have been seen coming and going, Nick Gordon has kept a lower profile. Bobbi Kristina has referred to Gordon as her “husband” on social media for the past year or more, but both sides of her family dispute that the two were ever legally wed.
Meanwhile, Gordon was due in traffic court Monday on unrelated charges.
Atlanta's WSB-TV has been at the hospital around the clock waiting on any update on Bobbi Kristina's condition.
WSB-TV's cameras captured family members unpacking supplies from a vehicle Saturday evening.
Earlier in the evening, other family members arrived – including Bobbi Kristina's cousin, Gary Michael Houston – and unpacked bags and water from a car with New Jersey plates.
Bobby Brown also came to the hospital a day after a fight broke out at the W hotel in midtown Atlanta, where he and his family were celebrating his 46th birthday.
"They used one of the glasses at our bar as a weapon. They hit someone and cut them in the face," an employee from the hotel said on a 911 call.
That call was made after Bobby's nephew, Shayne Brown, was hit with a glass bottle by his own mother. No charges were filed.
Meanwhile, Roswell police say they're conducting a thorough investigation into Bobbi Kristina Brown's medical emergency, and they will see where the evidence leads.
According to various sources, the city of Riverdale Office of Cultural Affairs will be hosting a “Shining a Light for Healing for Bobbi Kristina Brown” vigil in Riverdale at 7 p.m. Monday.
Thank you for reading the Springfield News-Sun and for supporting local journalism. Subscribers: log in for access to your daily ePaper and premium newsletters.
Thank you for supporting in-depth local journalism with your subscription to the Springfield News-Sun. Get more news when you want it with email newsletters just for subscribers. Sign up here.