Bobbi Kristina Brown 'needs her own space'
Bobbi Kristina Brown "has a team of people" helping her through the loss of her mother Whitney Houston, it is reported.
The teen turned 19 on Sunday but it would have been a bitter-sweet celebration coming just three weeks after the Bodyguard star died.
Sources have told Us Weekly that Bobbi is surrounded by loved ones at this difficult time but also needs time by herself.
"She really needs her own space right now to heal, and Cissy knows that," a source told the site about Bobbi's relationship with her maternal grandmother adding that they had been "getting along a bit better."
"Cissy has a team of people helping her through this right now. The goal is to make her feel special and loved."
Bobbi was left devastated when her superstar mother was found dead in the bathroom of the Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles on February 11.
It is not known if her singer father Bobby Brown is getting to spend time with her after he walked out of Whitney's funeral due to a seating issue.
Bobbi, who is said to desire a career in showbiz, will sit down with Oprah Winfrey for her first interview since her mother passed away in a one-hour special airing this weekend.
Whitney's sister-in-law Patricia Houston and brother Gary will also speak to the talk show titan on how they are coping with their loss and what happened in the weeks leading up to Whitney's death.
Meanwhile, La Toya Jackson says that her brother Jermaine "admitted" to having an affair with Whitney.
This comes after reports surfaced that the pair had been more than just good friends while they worked on her debut album.
"He has admitted that they had an affair," LaToya said on The Talk chat show yesterday but conceded that she did not know if he was "completely married" when the affair allegedly started in 1984.
Jermaine said in his biography that he had to put the feelings that he had for Whitney aside to focus on his marriage.
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