Bobbi Kristina Brown on Ventilator: Whitney Houston’s Daughter Battling for Life

Bobbi Kristina Brown's cause of death revealed.
Bobbi Kristina Brown reportedly on ventilator, clinging to life.
Bobbi Kristina Brown reportedly on ventilator, clinging to life. (Twitter)

Whitney Houston’s daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, is reportedly clinging to life in an Atlanta hospital after she was found unresponsive in her bathtub over the weekend.

Bobbi Kristina Brown Battling For Her Life

As previously reported by Hollywood News Daily, Bobbi Kristina was found in her bathtub on Saturday, and although no drugs were found in sight, something made Brown unresponsive. This is a nightmare for Bobbi Kristina’s family, who lost her mother, Whitney Houston in February of 2012.

Radar Online reports that Bobbi Kristina is currently in a medically induced coma and that she needs the use of a ventilator to breath. Meanwhile, a nurse allegedly told Media Take Out that Brown, 21, is brain dead, meaning that she won’t recover. However, this has not been confirmed by anyone in the family.

Bobby Brown Devastated

Bobbi Kristina’s father, Bobby Brown, is said to be devastated by the situation. “This is his worst nightmare: Losing Whitney [Houston] was hard, but this is a million times worse, and to lose her in the same way would devastate him,” a family source told People on Sunday. Friend of the family, Tyler Perry, has also reportedly been at Bobbi Kristina’s bedside. Of course, Bobbi’s husband Nick Gordon has also been keeping vigil at her bedside.

“Everyone knows where things are at,” the source revealed, adding that doctors have said that while it is possible, a full recovery would be a miracle.“Everyone is holding hands, praying, hoping for the best.”

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