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Bobbi Kristina Is Out Of The Hospital!

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We're just glad that her father Bobby Brown is here for her in this extreme time of need.

Earlier today, we heard that Bobbi Kristina has been hospitalized twice since her mother Whitney Houston's death, and sources were saying that she's suicidal.

We had also heard the disturbing news that Whitney's daughter was found in a bathtub, unresponsive, the night before the fatal incident at the Beverly Hilton hotel.

Now, Bobbi Kristina is out of the hospital, and her father has released the following statement:

"My daughter did visit with doctors at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles."

"She has been released and is presently with my family including her siblings."

"Obviously the death of her mother is affecting her, however we will get through this tragedy as a family."

Thank you for being there for your daughter, Bobby. She needs you more than ever before.

Stay strong, Bobbi Kristina. You continue to be in our thoughts and prayers.

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7 comments to “Bobbi Kristina Is Out Of The Hospital!”



  1. 1

    Say what you will about the entire family a daughter lost her mother that she was extremly close to. At least respect a mother daughter relationship people. Losing a parent is never easy. And to lose one in the public eye is probably unabarable. I dont much care for her but I still feel bad for her.



  2. 2

    Bobbi Kristina be strong. Prayers to the family. RIP Whitney I will always love you.



  3. 3

    Re: obbie doobie! – Hey Obbie good to see you write again.
    Welcome back!



  4. 4

    Bobbi Kristina it doesnt matter what anyone says about your mom we only knew her from her singing and her reality show…but other then that we didnt know anything else about how she was as a mother to you when the cameras where off..and does it really matter I think not …I lost my mom when I was 17 and my dad when I was 19 so I know the pain not to have your mom when you are going thorugh life yourself..its a aweful thing…sending you our thoughts and prayers to you and to the rest of your family …you mom will always be with you in your heart I know right now that doesnt mean anything to you but it will in time..hugs and so sorry about your loss….

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    5

    You can do it, Bobbi Kristina. The best tribute to a parent is living well. Moms don't want their kids to stay sad after a long enough mourning period. Mourn well, and then go out and experience and hunt down your good life.



  6. 6

    Yes, feel bad for her. But remember that this spawn once tried to stab her mother, has been an active drug user, and has used attempted suicide for attention. Yes, it's hard to lose a parent. But how many go through that every day without having to go to the hospital TWICE? BK is an over-indulged, trashy drama queen, who will do whatever she can to use who her mother was to eke out some kind of living on the fringes of the entertainment industry until she too kills herself with drugs and alcohol. Is it sad? Yes. But let's not turn this girl into some kind of martyr because her mother was a fuck-up. Whitney Houston had a wonderful voice and huge promise. And Whitney Houston CHOSE to throw it away with both hands. She's no saint and neither is her daughter.
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    Really, Mario? Thanking Brown for helping his daughter? He's not going to give you an exclusive interview, loser, so stop trying to lick his asshole. Christ you're a transparent twat.



  7. 7

    It's sad and true that losing a parent is not easy, and being a daughter of famous and drug addicted parents. She is just following her parents' footsteps. This girl needs a professional help. Yes she has her father and several half siblings from several different mothers who might help her dealing with her grief. I hope this tragedy will open-up BK and her father's eyes that there is a future ahead of them that is better than drugs and alcohol.