It’s only been a day since Bobbi Kristina’s death was announced but authorities are reportedly already gearing up for a homicide investigation.
If you recall, a few weeks ago it was revealed that Bobbi Kristina’s case file had been transferred to The Fulton County District Attorney’s office for review.
It’s been 6 months since the 22 year old daughter of Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston was found unresponsive in the bathtub at the home she shared with Nick Gordon, and now that Krissi has died, her death is officially being treated as a homicide.
According to TMZ:
The investigation into the circumstances that led to Bobbi Kristina’s death Sunday has just been amped up … TMZ has learned it’s now officially a homicide investigation.
Law enforcement sources tell us, both the D.A. and the cops are treating the mystery as foul play, and Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend, Nick Gordon, continues to be a person of interest.
Although months have separated the incident in which Bobbi Kristina was found submerged in her bathtub from her death Sunday, law enforcement is confident there will be no problem finding a direct link between the 2, and they have felt from the beginning there was foul play.
Just last month, Bobbi Kristina’s estate filed a lawsuit seeking $10 million from Nick Gordon, who is accused of transfering large amounts of money from Brown’s account into a bank account controlled solely by him.
Another claim in the lawsuit is that Gordon physically abused Bobbi Kristina, “including punching her in the face, knocking out a front tooth, and dragging her upstairs by her hair.” (READ MORE)
Gordon, who was never allowed to see Bobbi Kristina after the incident, was spotted relaxing in Florida a few weeks ago while his ‘sister/wife’ was laying comatose in the hospital (click HERE if you missed that).
Whatever the case, authorities have had 6 months to pile up evidence against Bobbi K’s former flame, so I expect Gordon is in for a difficult legal battle.
R.I.P. Bobbi Kristina.
What do you think of news of Bobbi Kristina’s death being investigated as a ‘homicide’?
Should Nick Gordon be held responsible for her death?