Bobbi Kristina Suffers Seizures After Being Taken Out of Coma

Bobbi Kristina Brown has been in a medically induced coma for one month. Doctors reportedly tried taking Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown's 21-year-old daughter out of her coma this week, but she began having "violent seizures" and they couldn't proceed with the next step of her treatment.


The medical team at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta was reportedly forced to put Bobbi back on the various medications she was taking because of the dangerous seizures she began experiencing.

Sources say the reason doctors likely tried to lift Bobbi out of her coma was either because they felt her condition had improved or they wanted to determine what she could do for herself. A source close to the family reportedly called Bobbi's seizures a "setback" and says the family was hopeful she would be stable after the coma was lifted.

The young woman was found face down and unresponsive in her bathtub on January 31 and police are still trying to piece together the details of the tragedy. Some of the injuries on her body indicated foul play was involved and fingers began pointing to Bobbi's boyfriend, Nick Gordon. At the same time, questions about Bobbi's reported drug use arose after sources say she was regularly abusing heroin, cocaine, and Xanax.

Last week, Bobbi underwent a tracheotomy to prevent infections from her breathing tube. It was a routine procedure, but some speculated it also signified that Bobbi would remain in the hospital for a long time.

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Bobbi turns 22 on March 4. Her family doesn't seem to be giving up hope on her. Dad Bobby Brown was scheduled to perform in Australia with members of Naughty By Nature, but announced in a statement that he would be postponing the tour until May so he can spend more time with his family.

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