Prosecutors Will Try for Murder Conviction If Bobbi Kristina Brown Dies

Bobbi Kristina Brown may not have much longer on this earth, as her family decided to move her to hospice care this week. Now that she is off life support, it's likely only a matter of time before she's gone, and when that happens, prosecutors hope to try for a murder conviction with her death.

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Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston's daughter was found facedown in her bathtub last January, and police reports indicate that foul play was involved. Authorities believe that her on-again-off-again boyfriend Nick Gordon may have had something to do with it, and he remains a person of interest in the case.

The Fulton County district attorney told TMZ, "In view of the new circumstances regarding the health status of Bobbi Kristina Brown, we will be reviewing the case with greater interest."

Gordon went on a downhill spiral after Bobbi Kristina was found, sending out a bizarre series of tweets saying that her family wasn't letting him come to the hospital to visit her. He also got her name tattooed on his arm, and participated in a train wreck of an interview with Dr. Phil in March.

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During the interview, Gordon appeared to be both high and drunk, and sobbed openly to Dr. Phil. It was painful to watch. His mom Michelle Gordon also appeared on the show, and told the host that he and Bobbi had gotten into a fight, just hours before she was found unresponsive.

"Nick walked away from the argument," she told Dr. Phil. "He went to another bedroom to fall asleep.” Meanwhile, Bobbi "went up to her room and drew a bath." After the program aired, Nick ended up in rehab.

On June 24, Bobbi's conservator Bedelia Hargrove filed a lawsuit against Nick Gordon, accusing him of fraud, assault, and misappropriating funds from her account. She's asking for $10 million in damages, which may be the least of his problems if police find enough evidence to convict him of murder.

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