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Bobbi Kristina ‘still in coma’

Published 20/04/2015

Bobbi Kristina Brown
Bobbi Kristina Brown

Contrary to some reports, the Houston family claims Bobbi Kristina remains comatose.

The 22-year-old daughter of late singer Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown has been in a medically induced coma since she was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her Roswell, Georgia home on January 31.

Bobbi Kristina’s father said during a concert Saturday night his daughter “is awake” and her aunt Tina Brown, who is Bobby’s sister, wrote in a now-deleted Facebook post that her niece “woke up”.

But sources connected to the Houston family tell TMZ the Browns’ assessments are completely inaccurate. Apparently Bobbi Kristina’s medical state hasn’t improved in the slightest.

"She's in the exact same condition she was in when she went into the facility,” the Houston insider informed the outlet.

It’s claimed Bobbi Kristina’s nervous system is exhibiting only “minimal” responses to stimuli, as she is prone to blinking from time to time but nothing more.

The Houston source also asserts she remains on a ventilator.

GossipCop first reported on the conflicting viewpoints between the Browns and the Houstons on Bobbi Kristina’s current medical condition.

Bobbi Kristina’s aunt Tina’s Facebook post, which is no longer online, made bold, direct statements.

“[Bobbi] woke up and is no longer on life support!!!!!:):)God is good!!thanks for your prayers,,still a process,but she is going to be ok:):):):). (sic),” Tina wrote.

TMZ claims the Houston family is completely dumbfounded over Bobby and Tina’s grand declarations.

“They have no idea where Bobby Brown is getting his information that Bobbi Kristina was awake, nor do they know why Tina said she's awake and no longer on life support,” the website writes.

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