Bobbi Kristina Brown's Family Wants to Take Her Home to 'Die Peacefully'

Bobbi Kristina Brown is reportedly "being taken home to die peacefully," after months in the hospital. Whitney Houston's daughter has been unresponsive since she was found face-down in the bathtub on January 31, and while there have been various reports as to her current state, she hasn't come out of her coma.

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A source told RadarOnlinethat the family wants to take the 22-year-old home to the townhouse she once shared with her mother. The insider revealed, "They are planning to keep her in Georgia and possibly bring her back to the townhouse ... That was her home and her mum's home. If they can bring her back it would be great."

The source continued, "If she's alive, then let her be home and surrounded by beautiful photos of her mum. It's as good as it gets in such a bad situation."

However, it might not happen, if Bobby Brown has his way. Someone close to him said that he would "never" disconnect her from the machines keeping her alive. An anonymous source told PEOPLE magazine last month, "Don't believe any reports that Bobby is going to take her off life support ... He's never going to do that."

The insider continued, "I don't think he'll ever go there; if there's a 2 percent chance, a 1 percent chance, a 0.1 percent chance, he will keep hope alive."

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How heartbreaking! As a parent, I can understand not wanting to give up hope, but if she really does have irreversible brain damage, then how long do you let the machines keep her alive? What a difficult situation to be in.

Bobby has joint guardianship of Bobbi Kristina with Whitney Houston's sister-in-law Pat Houston, who is married to her brother Gary. They both have to agree when making decisions about her medical care and needs, so obviously it's going to cause a lot of stress in the family if they have such drastically different ideas about what's best for Bobbi.

Her maternal grandmother Cissy Houston thinks they should leave it up to God. She told Entertainment Tonight, "She's not gone yet, but you know, whatever the Lord decides, I'm ready for her ... I have nothing to do with that. That's His job. It's His territory, you know? And I understand it."

Whatever the family decides, it's sad no matter how you look at it.

What would you do if it were your child?

 

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