Gordon, who is facing a wrongful death complaint filed by Brown's court-appointed conservator, denied all allegations against him via his attorney on Tuesday, according to People magazine.
The complaint says that Gordon manipulated and controlled Brown, as well as "perpetrated the fraud that he had married Bobbi Kristina" in order to "benefit from her wealth."
Gordon's camp, however, says all of the claims are "slanderous and meritless" and filed a response that says he never physically abused Brown or gave her a "toxic cocktail" on Jan. 31, the night she was found face-down in a bathtub. Gordon did admit in the documents that "he went out on the night in question, that he reviewed video footage and then had an argument with Ms. Brown and he then changed clothes."
Gordon has remained adamant that he did not have anything to do with the tragic circumstances involving Brown; however, social media commenters don't seem to believe a word of what he's saying.
"When does a guilty person ever admit the truth? Never," said Donna, a People magazine commenter. "If he can cause someone's death, then he certainly isn't afraid to lie. Give him a lie-detector test... mind you it can't be used in court, but it could bring out the truth, couldn't it?"
Many others echoed her sentiments.
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Brown died July 26, six months after the injuries she sustained on the night of Jan. 31.
Social media commenters aren't the only ones who think that Gordon was involved in Brown's death. Relations between him and the Houston-Brown family have been strained, to put it lightly, as the circumstances surrounding Brown's death continue to be investigated. Gordon was barred from Brown's funeral despite desperate emails sent to Bobby Brown and Pat Houston begging them to let him attend the service for his longtime girlfriend.
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