Category: Nick Gordon

VIDEO Two-part Nick Gordon Dr. Phil interview talks drugs, murder

The newest and longest Nick Gordon Dr. Phil interview to date looks to shed light on some of the lingering questions regarding rumors of Bobbi Kristina's drug use and the circumstances surrounding her death. Excerpts from the interview have been released; read on to see footage of an emotional Gordon discussing Bobbi Kristina's drug use for the first time.

Bobbi Kristina’s death caused by drug intoxication and water immersion; Nick Gordon ‘glad’ over findings

The Fulton County Medical Examiner ruled that Bobbi Kristina's death was caused by a combination of "drug intoxication and water immersion," according to her official autopsy. The official cause of Bobbi Kristina's death has been a source of great controversy since a judge sealed the coroner's records last autumn, pending a criminal investigation into any involvement that Bobbi Kristina's then-boyfriend, Nick Gordon, may have had in her death.

Bobbi Kristina autopsy results to be revealed following judge’s order

The Bobbi Kristina autopsy results, long a source of controversy and contention in the ongoing saga of the 21-year-old's death, have been ordered unsealed. An Atlanta judge ruled that the Bobbi Kristina autopsy results be made public in response to a First Amendment request filed by a news conglomerate in defiance of the State's request that they be kept private. Read on to find out exactly what this means for the Brown family and for the continued court proceedings against Bobbi Kristina's former boyfriend Nick Gordon.

PHOTO Nick Gordon faces overwhelming backlash for ‘creepy’ Bobbi Kristina Christmas card

The Bobbi Kristina Christmas card that Nick Gordon chose to share with the world this year has gotten attention for all the wrong reasons. Gordon, who remains the sole suspect in the ongoing criminal investigation into Bobbi Kristina's death, photoshopped his late ex-girlfriend into a card and shared it with his followers on social media. The backlash was swift: read on to see what people are saying.

Bobbi Kristina’s final hours: Friend opens up about the night of the bathtub incident

Danyela Bradley, a friend and former houseguest of Bobbi Kristina Brown, has made public her recollection of what happened during Bobbi Kristina's final hours. Bradley claims to have witnessed the "screaming" argument between Bobbi Kristina and boyfriend Nick Gordon, and says she saw Gordon assault Bobbi Kristina shortly before she was found face-down in her bathtub.

Bobbi Kristina family feud worsens: Leolah Brown says Pat Houston is partly responsible for Krissi’s death

The long-running feud between Bobbi Kristina's aunt Leolah Brown and the rest of the Houston family has turned even more bitter. In her latest Facebook rant against the Houston clan, Leolah calls Pat Houston a "fake"...and claims that Houston was indirectly responsible for Bobbi Kristina's death.

Bobbi Kristina drug use: Fallout from ex-roommate’s testimony over crack, heroin

Negative attention regarding Bobbi Kristina drug use continues to mount, in the wake of ex-roommate Danyela Bradley's recently released testimony on the topic. Bradley was testifying about a car accident in which Bobbi Kristina had been involved several days before she was found face-down in her bathtub at home; that testimony, though, provides an opening for Nick Gordon's legal team in the Brown family's $40 million lawsuit against him. Read on to see the latest.

REPORT Bobbi Kristina drug use: Court documents allege heavy crack, heroin abuse

Rumors about Bobbi Kristina drug use have persisted for years–and now, thanks to recently released court documents in the ongoing civil suit against Nick Gordon, we've seen some of the ugliest stories yet. Legal observers claim that friends of Gordon have testified about Bobbi Kristina drug use in order to strengthen Gordon's defense; Brown and Houston family supporters say Gordon is simply trying to smear the deceased.

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