Bobbi Kristina: Toxic cocktail
The court-appointed conservator for the late Bobbi Kristina Brown, who died on July 26 following six months in a coma, is reportedly adding ‘wrongful death’ to the charges against Brown’s boyfriend, Nick Gordon. In a complaint that has been amended to include charges against Gordon, conservator Bedelia C. Hargrove made some shocking accusations.
Brown and Gordon, Hargrove said, had a loud argument on the January night in which Gordon later found Bobbi Kristina Brown face down in a bathtub. Hargrove maintains that Gordon called Ms. Brown a “bitch” and a “whore.” Hargrove then alleges that Gordon “gave Bobbi Kristina a toxic cocktail rendering her unconscious and then put her face down in a tub of cold water.”
A conservator in the U.S. is appointed by the court to guard over someone not capable of looking after their own affairs. Brown, daughter of the late-singer Whitney Houston, was unconscious the entire six plus months before her death and Hargrove served as her conservator.
Nick Gordon charges
The decision by Hargrove for charges is not the same as Gordon being charged, but may lead to criminal charges. As of this writing, Gordon’s lawyer has not been reached for comment. The complaint against Gordon, who started living with Bobbi Kristina and her mother as a member of their family when he was 12, was first filed before Bobbi Kristina’s death, and it charged him with abusing her and stealing money from her.
Brown, 22, was found face down in a bathtub and unresponsive by Gordon and a friend of his on Jan. 31. She did not regain consciousness in the Atlanta hospital as relatives, including her father, Bobby Brown, hovered over and around her, sometimes fighting over proprietorship over her.
Bobbi Kristina died in a similar manner to her mother, found unresponsive in a bathtub at the age of 48 in February of 2012; Houston died, however, shortly after being found; he cause of death was ruled to be drowning aided by a heart ailment and cocaine use.
The medical examiner has yet to name the cause of Ms. Brown’s death.