Just days before the Bobbi Kristina bathtub incident, several new developments emerged relating to her untimely death. Bobbi Kristina’s outspoken aunt Leolah Brown has openly accused Bobbi Kristina’s other aunt Pat Houston of having a hand in their niece’s untimely death, according to a report from E News on Jan. 31. Leolah claims that Pat Houston and “other individuals, whom she declined to name, made it their business “to see that Bobbi Kristina was completely gone.”
In one of her most recent Facebook rants, Leolah states that Bobbi Kristina was doing fine and has confirmed statements made by a holistic doctor that she could have been saved. Leolah has promised her 8000+ fans that her upcoming tell-all book will expose Pat Houston, and address all their unanswered questions regarding Bobbi Kristina’s death.
Multiple media outlets, including YouthHealthMag.com on Jan. 29 reported on Dr. Jollie Harris III, a Los Angeles-based herbalist and practitioner of holistic medicine, who stated his belief that Bobby Kristina was inhumanely euthanized. Harris, who was brought in by Bobby Brown in a last desperate attempt to save his daughter, expressed his opinion about the euthanization of Bobbi Kristina in an interview with RadarOnline.com.
His opinion is based on his personal examination of Bobbi Kristina which indicated that she was in much better condition than he was led to believe by media reports. She was not in a coma, was not brain dead, possessed motor skills, and was responsive enough to raise her head two inches from her pillow on request, and kick out with her left foot when Harris performed pressure point tests on her extremities.
Harris further stated in his interview that despite being summoned by Bobby Brown, her aunt Pat Houston, who was co-guardian at the time, blocked hospice doctors from giving Bobbi Kristina an herbal liquid which was specifically formulated to be administered via a feeding tube. Harris maintains that Bobbi Kristina did not have to die, that her body could have been restored, and that had Pat Houston not prevented her from receiving herbal treatment, Bobbi Kristina could have been saved.
On Jan. 31, NewsOne.com reported that fake hospice nurse Taiwo Sobamowo, who was in charge of caring for Bobbi Kristina at the Peachtree Christian Hospice has been re-arrested and is facing multiple charges of identity theft and practicing nursing without a license. According to Detective Fran Foster, Sobamowo not only had physical access to Bobbi Kristina, but interacted with her family members on a daily basis.
Police currently have no evidence that Bobbi Kristina’s care was adversely affected by Sobamowo, who earned a salary of $75,000 as a nurse practitioner at the hospice center. However, Detective Foster, stated that Sobamowo, who left after Bobbi Kristina’s death, should never have been anywhere near the daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown. The fake hospice nurse is being held in the Gwinnett County detention center, and is currently awaiting trial on the Forsyth County charges.