It'll be for the best.
Bobby Brown is said to be "worried" about his daughter Bobbi Kristina's well-being and wants her to go to rehab as soon as possible.
As we mentioned earlier, Bobbi Kristina was reportedly seen getting high at her mother Whitney Houston's funeral after she "disappeared" and was found at the hotel several hours later.
It seems that some family members are in denial about her drug problem, but Bobby wants to make sureszhe doesn't follow in his or her mother's footsteps.
A source says:
"Krissy has taken her mother’s death really hard, not surprisingly, and Bobby is terrified she’s going to do something stupid. He wants her in a treatment center, getting professional help to get her through the grieving process without falling back on alcohol or drugs to mask her pain.
Bobby wants to be there to help his daughter, to guide her through this time, but with all of the family bad blood and drama he isn’t able to comfort her or really give her any help at all. He is telling people that he is worried sick that his daughter is going to turn to drugs.
Let’s face it, both her parents struggled with dependency issues and Bobby knows that addiction often runs in the genes so he’s terrified his daughter is going to follow in his and Whitney’s footsteps — he wants to stop that by all means possible.
He is telling people that she doesn’t know how to help herself right now and he thinks she isn’t going to do the right things and no one around her is going to stop her."
Another insider also says that BK tried to soothe the pain of losing her mother by "having a few alcoholic drinks," and is pretty much on the verge of having a "complete breakdown."
Bobby is said to be "worried that the people around her are not going to be able to help her, or stop her," so he wants her to be in a treatment center.
We don't blame him. Bobbi Kristina is not equipped to handle the loss of her mother in a mature and responsible way.
We are rooting for her though, and we hope she gets the help she deserves.
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