Bobbi Kristina Brown's family is making money off of her dire situation
Some family members of Bobbi Kristina Brown are being accused of particularly despicable behavior: selling her very private, personal info for cash and perks.
One source told Us Weekly that certain Brown family members are doing less praying for and more preying on the only child of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston, revealing that when media requests come in, they are countered with demands for cash, car services and lavish hotel stays.
Some of the rumors about Bobbi Kristina that have surfaced, allegedly from unnamed "family," include that drugs were found in her home during a second police search, that she is on life support, that she would be taken off life support on the anniversary of her mother's death and that her partner Nick Gordon had something to do with it and has not visited her in the hospital.
Things have gotten so heated within the family that cops were called to break up a brawl between Bobbi's aunt and cousin.
Dad Bobby is so disgusted by what's going on that he had his lawyer release a statement slamming the unofficial reports and the family members issuing them.
"At this time it is requested that the media cease speaking with unauthorized members of the family," attorney Christopher Brown said last week. "The integrity of the events that led to the hospitalization of Bobbi Kristina must remain uncompromised. Various members of the family have provided media interviews, however, none of them are approved visitors to see Bobbi Kristina. None of them have firsthand knowledge of Bobbi Kristina's treatment and the medical staff at Emory University Hospital has not communicated with them."
But this isn't the only family feud brewing. The same source says money is becoming a "big point of contention" between the Browns and the Houstons, as Bobbi inherited $20 million when her mother died.
"As the situation gets more grave, I think people are feeling the pressure. Money is a big point of contention," the insider told UsWeekly. "The family doesn't want to see Bobby benefit."