Hopefully this means justice will be served!
Just six months after Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away on July 26, a woman named Taiwo Sobamowo was officially charged with posing as a licensed nurse while working at the hospice where B.K. spent her last days.
Luckily for patients at the Georgia hospice, Taiwo was eventually caught in November after months of practicing without a nursing license.
While insiders say Bobbi’s care was never greatly jeopardized because of the con artist, it’s still disturbing to think about. The abuse of trust is just astonishing in this sad case.
As for Taiwo, jail time is expected in light of history — repeatedly committing acts of fraud and other illegal impersonations. Authorities officially charged the imposter with financial identity fraud, false identification documents, and four counts of practicing registered nursing without a license.
What’s especially poignant about this legal development is its proximity to the anniversary of Brown being found unresponsive in a bathtub on January 31 of last year.
Hopefully these turn of the events will bring more closure for Bobbi’s family.