Bobbi Kristina Brown Update Sounds Promising, But Her Condition Is Still Troubling
Nearly 7 weeks after Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown was found unconscious in a bathtub in her Roswell, Georgia home, new reports have surfaced about the 22-year-old's condition — and though they may sound promising, it's clear her condition is still dire. According to Atlanta, Georgia-area news stationWSB-TV's update, Bobbi Kristina Brown has been moved from Emory University Hospital, where she's remained in a medically-induced coma since February, to an Atlanta-area rehab facility that remains unnamed.
Though this news sounds promising, unfortunately, that may not be the case: According to Us Weekly, Brown is still in a coma. As ET Online adds, Brown's family is reportedly planning to have her breathing tube removed to see how she responds, but it's not clear if the 22-year-old will improve should she be taken off a ventilator.
Brown has remained unresponsive since she was tragically found face down in a bathtub on Jan. 31 by her longtime boyfriend, Nick Gordon, and a friend of the couple. Police have reportedly been investigating the possibility that Gordon may have had something to do with Brown's condition — according to Brown's aunt, police may even be investigating Gordon for attempted murder — but whether or not he actually did is unclear.
Though doctors recently took Brown out of the medically-inducted coma to observe her response, she unfortunately had to be put back into a coma when she began experiencing seizures. While Brown's condition is reportedly currently the same, being moved to a rehab facility could be a good sign — and hopefully the next update we have on the young star will state just as much.