Bobbi Kristina Brown’s boyfriend found re­spon­si­ble for her death

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Leisure -

I have to stop lis­ten­ing to ran­dom peo­ple’s con­ver­sa­tions, one time I fol­lowed some­one home just to hear the rest of the story.

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One High­landers sup­porter is pic­tured hold­ing a trib­al­is­tic plac­ard whilst the other 999 999 sup­port­ers are quiet and you make noise about it? Are you not stupid per­haps!!

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Ngithe ngisehla ekhom­bini ngathi ku driver, ngiyabonga uNku­lunkulu akubu­sise. Udriver wathi uNku­lunkulu kabu­sise wena, nguwe on­gela mota. NICK Gor­don has been found re­spon­si­ble for the death of Bobbi Kristina Brown — who died six months after she fell into a coma in Jan­uary 2015.

The boyfriend of Whit­ney Hous­ton’s daugh­ter was raised by the late su­per­star from a young age, although she never for­merly adopted the 26 year old.

Ac­cord­ing to ABC News, through records they ob­tained, Gor­don re­port­edly worked as a part­ner in a small tech com­pany.

He was there when Whit­ney was found dead in a bath­tub and later an­nounced his engagement to as­pir­ing singer Bobbi on the re­al­ity TV show, The Hous­tons: On Our Own, in Oc­to­ber 2012.

They were on and off for some time, but Gor­don was also in at­ten­dance when Bobbi was found un­con­scious in her bath­tub on Jan­uary 31, 2015, and at­tempted to re­vive her with CPR.

Here’s ev­ery­thing you need to know about Nick Gor­don:

He was once a 12-year-old boy aban­doned by his mother, and Whit­ney Hous­ton took him in and raised him as her own.

Gor­don has said in the past that Whit­ney “treated me like she gave birth to me,” and he only ever called her “mom”.

He has a num­ber of tat­toos ded­i­cated to the late singer, in­clud­ing her por­trait.

He grew up with Bobbi for more than a decade, and was her shoul­der to cry on after her mother’s tragic death.

The singer re­port­edly al­ways sus­pected they would end up in a re­la­tion­ship and after they con­firmed the ru­mours it caused a fam­ily fall­out.

Gor­don said that it was Bobbi’s grand­mother who fi­nally gave her bless­ing and sup­ported them when oth­ers didn’t.

She was found face down and un­re­spon­sive in her bath­tub in her At­lanta, Ge­or­gia home.

Bobbi, who was dis­cov­ered by Nick and a friend, was re­vived by emer­gency crews but lost sig­nif­i­cant brain func­tion.

She was in a coma for six months be­fore she passed away.

A med­i­cal ex­am­iner ruled that she died from from Lo­bar pneu­mo­nia as a re­sult of Hy­poxic is­chemic en­cephalopa­thy and wa­ter im­mer­sion com­bined with mixed drug in­tox­i­ca­tion.

But the na­ture of her death has been deemed “un­de­ter­mined” which means that it is not clear whether she died from an ac­ci­den­tal or in­ten­tional cause.

Gor­don told The Sun on Sun­day: “I still dream about Krissy like she’s still here. She was too ter­ri­fied to bathe alone after Whit­ney passed, we both were. It’s why this is so messed up.

“I had no idea she was in the bath un­til I heard a friend scream. I raced up­stairs and gave her CPR.”

Doc­u­ments filed by Bobbi’s con­ser­va­tor, seen by En­ter­tain­ment Tonight, claimed Bobbi died after “a vi­o­lent al­ter­ca­tion with de­fen­dant after which he placed her in the bath­tub un­con­scious, after he in­jected her with a toxic mix­ture”.

Gor­don fu­ri­ously de­nied all al­le­ga­tions against him and called the wrong­ful death civil law­suit “slan­der­ous and merit-less”.

He was not ar­rested in con­nec­tion with her death and pre­vi­ously asked for the law­suit to be dis­missed.

Ac­cord­ing to le­gal doc­u­ments, ob­tained by TMZ, Gor­don claimed he would never get a fair trial if he’s crim­i­nally pros­e­cuted be­cause the Brown fam­ily has painted him as “mur­derer, a ha­bit­ual bat­terer of women, a se­ducer of young white fe­males, a thief and/or con man fuelled by mone­tary gain, and a chemist ca­pa­ble of mak­ing a toxic cock­tail.”

Gor­don ap­peared on the Dr Phil tele­vi­sion show and burst into tears as he dis­cussed Bobbi Kristina’s death.

He claimed hat Bobbi’s habit be­came “re­ally bad” after the death of her mother, ex­plain­ing: “It’s un­for­tu­nate but at the time it’s the only way we knew how to deal with what hap­pened.

“Re­gard­less of what every­body thinks, I made Krissy and Whit­ney’s last few years on earth as happy as they would be,” he said.

“I gave them some­body to trust to, to talk to, to be there, some­one gen­uine.”

Gor­don has now been found re­spon­si­ble for wrong­ful death.

Amer­i­can re­porter Jen­nifer Les­lie tweeted this af­ter­noon: “#BREAKING - By ig­nor­ing court, Nick Gor­don found re­spon­si­ble for wrong­ful death of Bobbi Kristina Brown. #11Alive.”

Ac­cord­ing to court doc­u­ments seen by Radar On­line, he was told to at­tend a hear­ing at At­lanta’s Ful­ton County Su­pe­rior Court yes­ter­day.—

Nick Gor­don with the late Bobbi Kristina Brown

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