Bobbi Kristina Brown's Roommate Claims Whitney Houston's Daughter Did Heroin & Crack In Deposition

In January 2015, Bobbi Kristina Brown was found unresponsive in her bathtub and remained hospitalized until her death on July 26, six months later. And now, just three months after Bobbi Kristina Brown's death, more details about what the end of her life may have been like are emerging. In a deposition given in September — which was originally obtained by Radar Online — Brown's roommate claimed Brown used marijuana, heroin, and crack.

The deposition was given by Danyela D. Bradley, who was living with Brown and her boyfriend Nick Gordon when Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown's daughter was found unresponsive. Bradley's deposition was made in connection with a civil case surrounding a car accident that Brown had been involved in just days before she was found.

Bradley claimed, "I had believed she had done — she smoked marijuana, she probably smoked crack often, and also did heroin." She claimed Brown used crack "once or twice every two weeks," but when asked about the heroin specifically claimed, "I never seen her do it." As for how Brown would act when allegedly under the influence, Bradley alleged, "When she would do the heroin she’d just be very sleepy, nod off, and very less talkative, kind of keep to herself ... When she would smoke crack, she would just not even be talkative. She’d just be like keeping to herself as well." Bradley also claimed that Gordon was using drugs, as well.

Bustle has reached out to Gordon's lawyer, as well as a rep for Bobby Brown regarding the deposition, but has not yet heard back.

On September 28, Bobby Brown released a statement via his lawyer claiming that Gordon "harmed" his daughter: "In regards to the civil litigation, we believe we know who harmed Bobbi Kristina Brown and his name is Nick Gordon." At the time, Bustle reached out to Gordon's lawyer, who declined to comment.