Nick Gordon is starting to break his silence. Yesterday, the alleged abuser of Bobbi Kristina Brown tweeted for the first time since Bobbi Kristina’s death, and used the social media platform to express his regret–and his sorrow.
“I look at our pics sometimes it makes me smile sometime I cry @REALbkBrown #happymemories,” Gordon said, before continuing: “I’m so happy/blessed that I had @REALbkBrown in my life. i will always & forever love you.”
Gordon has been barred from all Brown family events since well before the the family filed a $10 million lawsuit against him. That lawsuit claims Bobbi Kristina suffered years of physical and emotional abuse by Gordon, who is also accused of lying about the status of his relationship with Brown in order to steal money and other goods from her.
More recently, Bobbi Kristina’s lawyers accused Gordon of giving the deceased a “toxic cocktail” the night before she was found unconscious and face-down in her bathtub. Gordon’s legal team–led by Casey Anthony lawyer Jose Baez–was quick to dismiss the claim, saying ” it’s shameful that such baseless allegations have been presented publicly. Nick has engaged civil counsel and intends to defend the lawsuit vigorously and expose it for what it is: a fictitious assault against the person who loved Krissy most.”
In related news, several film producers have sent scripts of a potential Bobbi Kristina biopic to Gordon for consultation. According to several reports, the film would be primarily about Bobbi Kristina and mother Whitney Houston’s lives, and the tragic turns each took. Producers are looking to capitalize on current high demand for information about the pair, and have reached out to Gordon to try and get him to look at scripts.
Bobbi Kristina’s family is not pleased with this development–in fact, the family is said to be “sickened”:
The family is sickened by this. They just want to be left alone to deal with the loss of a very young and valuable member of the family, but at the same time they understand the demand from fans to have their story told from an accurate standpoint.
(Photo credits: Nick Gordon via WENN, Twitter)