Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 28 January 2015

Bobbi Kristina crashes car

Bobbi Kristina
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Bobbi Kristina walked away uninjured from a nasty car accident, it has been confirmed.

The 19-year-old daughter of late singer Whitney Houston and New Edition crooner Bobby Brown wrecked a Chevy Camaro in Alpharetta, Georgia on Wednesday.

TMZ reports that Bobbi Kristina totalled the car after crashing into an embankment.

A witness called 911 after noticing the destroyed vehicle and emergency personnel arrived to find Bobbi Kristina standing next to her car. It appears that the teenager is uninjured.

Authorities issued Bobbi Kristina a traffic ticket for "failure to maintain lane". Apparently no drugs or alcohol were involved in this incident.

This is the second time this year Bobbi Kristina has been involved in a car accident with a black Chevy Camaro.

In September a similar event took place.

"The black 2012 Camaro belongs to Bobbi's boyfriend Nick Gordon - and according to sources close to Bobbi, Nick was driving Sunday night in Alpharetta, GA... with Bobbi in the passenger seat... when the accident happened," the website reported previously.

"The details surrounding the accident are unclear, but we're told the couple had been arguing at the time of the crash - and Nick's Camaro was the only car involved."

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