The war over Bobbi Kristina Brown rages on between the families of her parents, Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown. While the 22-year-old remains unconscious at a rehab facility in Atlanta, her aunt Leolah Brown is at odds with her co-guardian Pat Houston (she shares the responsibility with Bobby Brown) over her care.
Leolah claims that Pat Houston is working to convince Bobby to pull the plug on his daughter, who has been unconscious since she was found face down in her bathtub on January 30, over financial reasons, saying that it's "costing too much" to keep her alive.
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"The BIG lie has been told again that my niece Bobbi Kristina is going to be brought home..only to leave us," Leolah wrote on Facebook, adding, "BOBBI KRISTINA BROWN IS 'NOT' ON LIFE SUPPORT ANYMORE … AND WE WILL NEVER GIVE UP ON HER! HELL NO! NOT ONE BROWN!"
Leolah went on to maintain that Bobbi Kristina is getting "the best care possible and that she is indeed continuing to improve in-spite of the lies being told."
"GOD IS ON OUR SIDE!" Leolah shared, before launching into an attack against Pat Houston. "If Pat knew The God that I know, instead of trying to inherit my niece's money for her personal gain, she would mind her own business and go find A JOB for herself without continuously working so hard to destroy my niece, beg her for money and get angry when she cannot get it! She would stop using the Houston name for her personal agenda."
Bobby's sister went on to say that both Whitney and Bobbi Kristina hated Pat, and even seemed to imply that her marriage to husband Gary Houston, Whitney's brother, is on the rocks. "I am sick and tired of you evil a** people lusting over money so much that you would wish a life gone! An actual owner of their very own money! You hateful WITCH!" she concluded her rant.
The animosity amongst the Houston and Brown families can't be making this tragic situation any easier. Hopefully they will find a way to let Bobbi Kristina recover, or rest, in peace.
Watch the Houston family's tribute to Whitney just months after her death at the 2012 BET Awards, below:
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