Bobbi Kristina's Family Faced With Heart-Wrenching Life Support Decision

With every passing day, Bobbi Kristina Brown's condition seems to be more bleak. After learning that Whitney Houston's 21-year-old daughter was placed in a medically induced coma after her brain function was considered alarmingly low, a source close to the family has now said that doctors have told them there isn't anything they can do to help her—leaving her family to face the most difficult decision of all.


The source reportedly told FOX411 that it's up to Bobbi's family now, including father Bobby Brown, to determine when they want to "let go and accept that she's pretty much not going to make it." The source says that her doctors are leaving Bobbi's life in her family's hands—in other words, if this new, heartbreaking information is accurate, they are currently trying to decide whether to take the young woman off of life support.

This news comes just days after a source said Bobbi's condition had improved slightly and that her family was remaining hopeful that she would pull through.

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Bobbi was found facedown and unconscious in her bathtub on Saturday by a friend named Max Lomas, whose recent drug arrest made everyone exhale deeply at the possibility that Bobbi might have been suffering from bigger problems than anyone thought. In the days that followed, police and sources close to the aspiring singer discovered that she was suffering from depression linked to her mother's death three years ago when, in an eerie coincidence, Whitney was also found unconscious in her bathtub.

Despite the reportedly grim news that doctors may have delivered to Bobbi's family, a source says father Bobby is refusing to give up hope or acknowledge the possibility that his daughter may not make it.

Continuing to send positive thoughts their way and hope for the best.

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