Bobbi Kristina will shortly be taken home ‘to die in peace’

The family of Bobbi Kristina Brown have reportedly accepted that she will not regain consciousness. It is believed that the brain damage she suffered six months ago is simply too extensive to ever see her recover. 

The 22-year-old was found unresponsive in a bathtub on January 31. 

Now, in breaking news, it is being suggested that her family are finally eager to bring her home so she can die in peace.

The Mirror says that she could shortly be brought back to the Georgia townhouse she once shared with her late mother, Whitney Houston.

"That was her home and her mum’s home. If they can bring her back it would be great," a hospital source told Radar Online last month.

“Let her be home and surrounded by beautiful photos of her mum," they added. "It’s as good as it gets in such a bad situation.”

The website says that the young woman's aunt and uncle, Pat and Gary Houston, are particularly keen to let her die in peace, and that they have already begun preparing the house for her arrival.

However, other family members are less convinced that her musician father will so easily go along with their plans.

"Bobby is never going to take her off life support," a further source told People

Whitney Houston drowned in her bathtub at a Beverly Hills hotel on February 11, 2012. She was 48. A postmortem later revealed that heart disease and cocaine abuse were contributing factors to her death.

Bobbi Kristina was the sole-benefactor of her mother's estate, and is now worth €18m. The sum is relatively paltry given Whitney's huge international successes over a career spanning almost 30 years, however, the singer was thought to have struggled financially towards the end of her life.

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