Bobbi Kristina's aunt is finally saying goodbye in an undeniable way
The family of Bobbi Kristina Brown sees the writing on the wall and is making some major final preparations to say goodbye.
If we didn't already know in our hearts, now we do: Bobbi Kristina is never coming home, and her family knows it, too. Her aunt, Pat Houston, was seen clearing out Bobbi's home in Roswell, Georgia — the same residence where the young woman was found unresponsive in a bathtub on Jan. 31, leaving her in a coma from which she has never woken.
"She kept all the pictures and Whitney's platinum and gold album plaques," a source close to Brown told Us Weekly. "But she threw everything else out."
"Everything" includes Bobbi's romantic partner, Nick Gordon, who is staying with his mother and was recently served with a lawsuit alleging he physically and mentally abused Bobbi before she was found unresponsive, knocked out her teeth and fraudulently accessed money from her bank account.
But Pat has been by Bobbi's side since she was admitted to the hospital in January. "She visits every day and often spends the night," the insider revealed, adding that while grandmother Cissy Houston is too ill to travel long distances, "Pat calls Cissy and lets her speak to Bobbi over the phone. Cissy wants to be there badly."
Bobbi was moved to a hospice in June after doctors told her family there was nothing else they could do to help her.