Bobbi Kristina Brown: Doctors tell family it’s time to remove life support
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family has a tough decision to make according to the doctors who have stated that it is ‘time to remove the life support.‘ Multiple media sources have reported that Bobbi Kristina’s medical team at Emory University Hospital has advised the family to say their goodbyes to the 21-year-old daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown.
Bobbi Kristina has been in a medically induced coma since she was found face down and unresponsive in a bathtub last Saturday. The team of doctors have worked around the clock in their efforts t save the life of Bobbi Kristina. Sadly, it has been determined by the medical team that Bobbi has sustained a significant loss of brain function telling the family that it is time to remove the young woman from life support.
People magazine has reported that while her father Bobby Brown has been reluctant to give up hope and make the hard decision , family members have been gathering at Bobbi Kristina’s bedside to say their goodbyes.
Sources close to the family have revealed the heartbreak stating, “Bobby has been crying nonstop since yesterday,” says the source. “We are grieving.”
Currently Bobbi Kristina is alive and being kept on life support, but sadly, it is just a matter of time according to doctors. Brown’s medical crisis event which that has led up to this tragedy is still currently under investigation. Details surrounding that tragic day are still unfolding, what really happened that day, and if drugs played a factor in Bobbi Kristina’s crisis. All of this heartbreak comes at a time when the already broken family will mourn the three-year anniversary of singer Whitney Houston’s tragic death on Feb. 11.
An outpour of prayers and support for the Brown/Houston family continue to pour in from family, friends and thousands of fans of both the late Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown from around the globe.