Bobby Brown is not doing so well.
Just hours after Bobbi Kristina's autopsy results were made public on March 4 (which also happens to be B.K.'s birthday), Bobby released an official statement in response to the reveal.
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Obviously, Mr. Brown was NOT happy considering his daughter's July 26 passing is still an open investigation. It's a common practice in potential murder cases to not reveal sensitive details to the public… it's just a bad idea.
On the other hand, some media outlets felt it was their first amendment right to have access to the docs.
Voicing his opposition to the media's opinion, the singer stated:
"First and foremost, 23 years ago today, Bobbi Kristina was born. Krissy will always live in my heart and soul. I love my baby girl. For news affiliates to seek and obtain my daughter's autopsy report, before anyone has been brought to justice for her death is mind blowing to me. Please pray for my family."
The musician's lawyer echoed his client's message, adding:
"Yesterday we were informed that two news affiliates were granted access to the autopsy of Bobbi Kristina Brown. While this action is unsettling, we will continue in our efforts in the civil lawsuit and the criminal investigation. Bobby Brown has had to be strong and mourn his loved ones in a fashion that is foreign to most people. So public, so raw, with apparently no end in sight. Hopefully public indictments and prosecution will lead to private healing and closure for Bobby Brown and his family."
As for the "public indictments and prosecution", the legal rep is clearly referring to Bobbi's ex Nick Gordon, who they feel is involved in her drug and drowning related death. Some assert Gordon gave Krissy a cocktail of drugs before leaving her to drown.
No matter how you spin it, Bobbi's death is still a horrific tragedy that continues to cause pain for her family's and loved ones. We wish Bobby the best during this difficult time.
[Image via Instagram.]
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