Pictured above is Taiwo Bolatito Sobamowo.
North Carolina authorities arrested Sobamowo, who worked at Peachtree Christian Hospice at the time Bobbi Kristina Brown was a patient there.
Wake County Sheriff’s Office deputies performed the arrest, acting on a warrant issued by the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office that the woman had been impersonating a medical care practitioner.
“The warrant was for practicing as a registered professional nurse without a license,” the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office said.
Sobamowo was reportedly among those who treated Bobbi Kristina Brown in her final days in hospice care.
More details about this bizarre arrest below…
According to a statement from the Forsyth County Sherriff’s Office, Sobamowo was wanted for ‘practicing as a registered professional nurse without a license.”
Additional warrants were issued for Sobamowo which included felony Financial Identity Fraud and felony Forgery. The investigation identified that Sobamowo was working as a registered nurse with a Georgia healthcare facility. Sobamowo had provided fraudulent credentials under a different name to gain employment.
The investigation showed that Sobamowo is not licensed in the State of Georgia, or elsewhere in the United States. Sobamowo is currently being held at the Wake County Sheriff’s Office detention center until she can be extradited to Forsyth County.
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According to FOX 5 News Atlanta, the woman was working in the hospice care center where Brown passed away was arrested and expected to be charged with impersonating a nurse.
Detectives also had warrants against the woman — identified as Taiwo Sobamawo — for forgery and identity theft related to her alleged fraudulent employment, according to the report.
Sobamowo has yet to appear before a judge after being arrested in North Carolina on Sunday.
It was not immediately clear if Sobamowo’s employment at the hospice center had any connection to the death of Whitney Houston’s 22 year-old’s daughter.
The station reported that Sobamowo was among those who treated Brown in her final days in hospice.