Bobbi Kristina's Father Slams 'False' Reports About Her Condition

No news isn't necessarily good news. It has been three weeks since Bobbi Kristina Brown was found face down and unconscious in her bathtub. Rumors have swirled about her condition, but father Bobby Brown recently released a statement to set everyone straight about his 21-year-old daughter's health.


Brown's attorney has shot down what he calls "false" reports about Whitney Houston's daughter being taken off of life support this week. According to Christopher Brown, there is "nothing happening."

In other words, Bobbi's condition hasn't improved and it hasn't deteriorated. Her family is still keeping vigil over her at Atlanta's Emory University Hospital as she continues to fight for her life in a medically induced coma.

But some health experts are reportedly weighing in on Bobbi's condition and say the fact that she has been unable to move her body for almost a month makes it more likely that she could suffer from blood and bladder infections, pneumonia, and blood clots. After all of this time in a medically induced coma, her body could start to experience multiorgan system failure, according to a neurosurgeon at Lenox Hill Hospital.

I should remind everyone that these experts are not Bobbi's doctors. We have no reason to believe, at this time, that the young woman is suffering from infections or pneumonia.

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With all of that said, I can understand why her family refuses to pull her off of life support unless something truly drastic happens that gives them reason to believe she is suffering extreme pain and will never recover.

Even though doctors and some family members are making it seem as if it will take a miracle for Bobbi to pull through, more incredible things have happened. They aren't ready to give up hope yet, and I feel we should respect that decision.

Do you think Bobbi Kristina's family is doing the right thing?


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