Now that the autopsy report has been released to the public and media, Nick Gordon believes that he will be found innocent. According to Radar Online, March 8, 2016, Nick’s attorneys released a statement proclaiming their client’s innocence and that he tried to save her life not end it.
Nick Gordon’s attorneys, Jose Baez and Joe S. Habachy began their statement, which they sent to People, that Nick Gordon did not do anything wrong, and in fact, he tried to save Bobbi Kristina’s life. However, due to the way things looked, everyone presumed he was guilty and tried to kill Bobbi Kristina.
When Bobbi Kristina was rushed to the hospital, and then later went to rehab and then ended up in hospice care, Nick Gordon was forbidden to see her, spend time with her or even know how she was doing. He was banned from both funerals and her burial.
“Nick Gordon’s life has been tumultuous since January of 2015 when he lost the love of his life. On top of being prohibited from visiting Bobbi Kristina at the hospital for the last six months of her life, Nick has been publicly humiliated for more than a year.”
Nick Gordon was slapped with a $10 million wrongful death lawsuit in which the conservator for Bobbi Kristina’s estate charged him with murdering Bobbi Kristina by injecting her with a “toxic cocktail” which rendered her unconscious and then she was pushed into the bathtub of cold water and left. Just before that, it is alleged that Nick Gordon physically assaulted Bobbi Kristina because her body was covered with bruises and her front tooth hung loosely in her mouth.
Although the autopsy could not confirm whether Bobbi Kristina’s death was an accident or not, they did determine that she did not die of natural causes.
The Georgia Fulton County Medical Examiner did find a number of drugs in her body as well including marijuana, alcohol (ethanol), benzoylecgonine (a cocaine-related substance), benzodiazepines (medications used for sedation or to treat anxiety), and morphine. They could not determine if the morphine was from her heroin use or not.
The lawyers for Nick Gordon wrote, “Frankly, the right thing for the District Attorney’s office to do right now is to tell the public the truth… that this was an accident… or even a suicide, but not a murder. And the right thing for everyone to do is let Nick live his life now and let Bobbi Kristina rest in peace.”
Do you think charges will be brought against Nick Gordon or will he continue to remain free from lack of evidence, especially with the way the autopsy reads? Post your thoughts below in the comments section.