Bobbi Kristina Brown's alleged last texts about her mom are heartbreaking
Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown was found unresponsive in a tub over the weekend, and now her alleged last texts have been revealed, detailing her anguish over her mother's death.
Brown is reportedly in a medical coma, but days before the tragic incident — and ahead of the third anniversary of her late mother's death — she sent texts to a family friend. According to RadarOnline, in one message Brown allegedly wrote, "I was ALLLLL my mother lived for. Despite the fame, the fortune, the power — any and everything, my mother has done FOR ME lady."
Brown then went on to compare Houston's death to a "pain like your heart has been ripped out of your chest," admitting she felt "alienated" after her mother's death.
"She was and is my everything ma'am," she wrote. "And if you don't think I don't know [what] an ounce of HURT anguish and pain is, you are preaching to the wrong women [sic], because I've lves [sic] in the public eye since I was born."
However, Brown's last text to the recipient appeared to be a little more positive, as she allegedly wrote, "All well now though. I will update you. Have a blessed week. Goodbye."
It is a heartbreaking story, and Brown's situation currently looks grim. A source told Fox News that doctors have revealed that there is little that they can do for her.
"It's now a matter of when the family wants to let go and accept that she's pretty much not going to make it," the source says. "They've left it up to the family as to how long they want to keep her alive."