It looks like Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family is preparing for the worst on a whole new level of sadness.
A tent was erected at her hospice facility on Wednesday, according to TMZ, and a hearse was seen backing into the covered section after Brown’s family visited the facility during the day.
The daughter of Whitney Houston has been at Peachtree Christian Hospice in the Atlanta area for three weeks now. Doctors reportedly told the family there was no hope that she’ll ever recover, and so the family is now prepared to let her go.
But it seems the tent may have just been set up for the privacy of other patients since photographers and bystanders are rampant now that Brown is at the facility.
The tent and the hearse also don’t seem to be for Brown since her aunt Pat Houston was seen entering the facility late Wednesday night while the hearse entered and exited the facility during the day.
The family did not comment on Brown’s condition as they exited the center following their visit.
And though Peachtree Christian Hospice isn’t commenting on the exact reason for the tent, it stands to reason that it is for the privacy of their patients, whether that be Brown specifically or all of the people under their care.
Brown was moved to the facility on June 24, 2015, and the family released a statement at the time explaining, “Despite the great medical care at numerous facilities, Bobbi Kristina Brown’s condition has continued to deteriorate.”
Brown was discovered unresponsive in a bathtub in her Atlanta, Georgia, home on Jan. 31, 2015, and has been in a coma ever since in an incident that was eerily similar to her mother’s death in 2012.
But Houston’s death was ruled accidental while Brown’s near-drowning and reported injuries have led to a criminal investigation, with her partner Nick Gordon as the main suspect. A court-appointed representative for Brown has also filed a lawsuit against Gordon, asserting he took money from her and abused her physically and emotionally throughout their relationship.