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Whitney Houston's Sister-In-Law Gets Restraining Order Against Bobbi Kristina's Hubby Nick Gordon! FOR A YEAR! Details Here!

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whitney houstons sister in law gets restraining order from bobbi kristinas hubby nick gordon for a year

Hopefully this will give her some peace of mind!

The late Whitney Houston's sister-in-law Pat Houston has successfully filed a restraining order against Bobbi Kristina's husband Nick Gordon.

Pat initially filed for the restraining order after Nick posted some scary photos of his guns on Twitter while making threatening comments against Pat.

The restraining order means Nick won't be able to come near Pat for a whole year unless he wants to feel the wrath of the law come down on him.

He also can't contact her, or any of her immediate family — and if he does, he'll find himself in jail.

Family members have claimed that Nick is resentful of Pat because she is the one in charge of Whitney's estate, and believes his wife Bobbi Kristina got screwed out of her rightful inheritance by her.

Regardless of his reasons, Nick won't be going to any Houston family reunions for at least a year.

We wonder if Bobbi will go without him?!

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One comment to “Whitney Houston's Sister-In-Law Gets Restraining Order Against Bobbi Kristina's Hubby Nick Gordon! FOR A YEAR! Details Here!”

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    If a person feels they've been screwed out of something, they could request an audit/investigation through a court. If someone were screwing you, bugging them isn't going to suddenly make them do the right thing. Use proper avenues.