Bobbi Kristina Brown has passed away at 22, ‘she is finally at peace’

Bobbi Kristina Brown Dies at 22, File Photos
Bobbi Kristina Brown died Sunday, about six months after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her home. She was just 22 years old. Her family has released a statement confirming the sad news. Bobbi Kristina’s death comes around three and a half years since her mother, Whitney Houston, passed away from an accidental drug overdose in similar circumstances. Bobbi Kristina’s family rallied around her and was by her bedside during her final months.

“Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away July 26, 2015, surrounded by her family,” the statement says. “She is finally at peace in the arms of God. We want to again thank everyone for their tremendous amount of love and support during these last few months.”

Bobbi Kristina’s death came nearly six months after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub in her Roswell, Georgia, home on Saturday, Jan. 31. She never fully regained consciousness and was being kept on life support following her near-drowning. In March she was moved to a long-term care facility in the Atlanta area.

In June, she was transferred to hospice after her condition “continued to deteriorate,” Pat Houston said in a statement on behalf of the Houston family at the time.

“We thank everyone for their support and prayers,” Pat, who is married to Whitney Houston’s brother Gary, said. “She is in God’s hands now…”

Recently, a source close to the Houstons told PEOPLE her family had been focused on making sure Bobbi Kristina “is at peace” and were taking things “one day at a time.”

“Her family is right there with her,” said the source. “They sing to her and talk to her. They just want her to feel that they are there by her side. They hold her hand a lot and pray with her too – even if she doesn’t know that they are there. In spirit, she knows. They have always tried to be there for her.”

[From People]

This is a sad and tragic story of a young life cut short. Some of Bobbi Kristina’s last tweets were in honor of her late mother, and she was thought to have had trouble coping with the third anniversary of Whitney’s death.

Nick Gordon, Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend, is currently being sued by her family for allegedly abusing her and for controlling and stealing money from her accounts. He is reportedly distraught by her passing.

Our thoughts go out to Bobbi Kristina’s family at this difficult time.
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  1. Katydid20 says:

    So sad. Hopefully she is at peace with her mother. And if there is foul play, hopefully there is some justice.

  2. Elisabeth says:

    such a shame. Rip

    • Gea says:

      RIP Bobby Kristina ! Truly sad ending.

    • minx says:

      I know. An obit headline should never have “22″ in it.

      • Annie says:

        I have seen comments and tweets referencing drugs like she deserved this ending. How many mistakes did we all make at 22? She was barely an adult, her brain wasn’t even finished growing and she is gone. It’s so unfair. I lost my mother suddenly and it’s so hard to handle the grief that comes with it. You do try to erase the pain. Some people don’t pick the healthiest ways to not feel their grief but she should still be here and still be able to finish growing up. I, like her family, hope she is at peace. I hope she is with her mother that loved her so much. Tragedy all around.

  3. LittleTurtle says:

    So sad, my her soul rest in peace. Her mother’s death destroyed her, poor girl.

    Such a pity, that such great singing genes could not carry on any further.

    • Josephine says:

      Sounds like her whole life was sad, not just her mother’s passing.

    • Cran says:

      Her whole life does seem sad. I have heard a couple of clips of her singing and her vocal power and prowess were nowhere near her moms. Tyler Perry provided her with acting roles and I believe he was attempting to provide her with stability, ambition and a sense and confidence in herself as Bobbi Kristina outside of being the ‘daughter of’.

    • Lilo says:

      I would even say that her mother’s life destroyed her. And her father’s. Sometimes I think she never stood a chance. And then after Whitney’s death things got worse and worse…

  4. Goats on the Roof says:

    This is so sad. Will we ever know what really happened to her?

    • MelissaManifesto says:

      Probably not.

    • MinnFinn says:

      Criminal charges against Nick will reveal more info. Now that Bobbi has died, I bet he we’ll see his pap walk very soon.

      • Goats on the Roof says:

        If Nick was to be charged, why wouldn’t they have done it already? It’s been six months.

      • kibbles says:

        My gut feeling says that Nick did not murder her directly. I think the guy simply was with Bobbi for her inheritance. He sponged off of Whitney and wanted to continue doing so with Bobbi for as long as possible. I doubt he will ever go to jail in relation to her death, but Bobbi’s family is making sure he never receives another cent from Bobbi and Whitney’s estate. There are many other relatives waiting around like vultures for their share of the $20 million.

      • MinnFinn says:

        Because police don’t want to charge someone with assault and battery when they expect to eventually charge them with murder. Moving Bobbi to hospice care made it pretty clear she would not survive her injuries and near-drowning.

      • Miran says:

        @goats

        Because if the police had enough to charge him but they also believed she was going to die as a result of her injuries, they’d wait it out and charge him with murder instead provided the statute hadn’t run out.

      • Betti says:

        RIP Bobbi and you are your mum are not together again. Bless you both.

        As for the ‘boyfriend’ I hope he rots – he had something to do with her ‘accident’. The police have been biding their time gathering evidence and waiting to press murder changes against him. Sadly it was obvious from very early on she wasn’t going to recover, she was underwater for too long. They’ve been waiting for him to incriminate himself and am sure the Dr Phil episode will be used against him – he’s already guilty of committing theft by taking money without permission from her accounts. The charges will be made public in due course.

        My prayers are with her family, particularly her father who made the hardest decision any parent has to make – he let her go. I can’t imagine that.

      • Betti says:

        Forgive the error in my post above – it should read that ‘you are your mum are together again’, i didn’t realise until it was too late that i’d made a typo. Now i can’t change it.:(

    • SamiHami says:

      Because she hadn’t died yet. I think they were biding their time. Now that she has, they can treat it like a murder (if that is, in fact, what happened).

      • Goats on the Roof says:

        That’s always possible, but charges could have been filed and upgraded in the event of her death. It’s not uncommon. I just don’t understand why police would sit on evidence and leave a dangerous man on the street, if that is what’s happening here.

      • MinnFinn says:

        Goats, I don’t get it either but it’s often how they handle these things. Maybe another poster has insight about why it’s so often done this way.

      • FingerBinger says:

        The police and prosecutors want a strong case. It’s not that unusual for them to wait months or even years to build a case against someone.

      • Neah23 says:

        The investigation into the circumstances that led to ‘s death Sunday has just been amped up … TMZ has learned it’s now officially a homicide investigation.

        Law enforcement sources tell us, both the D.A. and the cops are treating the mystery as foul play, and Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend, , continues to be a person of interest.

        Although months have separated the incident in which Bobbi Kristina was found submerged in her bathtub from her death Sunday, law enforcement is confident there will be no problem finding a direct link between the 2, and they have felt from the beginning there was foul play.

        TMZ broke the story, first responders noticed injuries on Bobbi Kristina’s body.

    • Michelle says:

      I read they’re planning on doing an autopsy, so maybe we’ll know eventually. It’s hard to say though, because throughout this whole ordeal, her extended family made the situation much sloppier than it needed to be.

  5. QQ says:

    This girl NEVER had a chance with what her parents modeled for her and then saddled with a family (ON BOTH sides To be clear) full of attention THIRSTY bloodsuckers up there with the Lohans/jacksons/Culkins

    • Loopy says:

      Yeah shame sad but true, the girl did not stand a chance.

    • Greata says:

      @QQ…SPOT ON!

    • MinnFinn says:

      QQ, Thanks for calling this out. It’s important that it not be lost in the sadness and coming sh*tstorm with Nick.

      • QQ says:

        OK?? and It’s NOT just the Browns being Trash substance abusers and Loud and easy to peg on the whole Ghetto Narrative, Is also The Houstons need to be famous and stars and fake classy Christians of convenience and Legacy this and that, THOSE were the ones putting this clearly high/strung out/bereft/grieving girl on tv for NOTHING (there was sincerely no narrative arch other than to see them perform and this girl trainwrecking on air) just to facilitate the public seeing THEM

        The Fact one of her own relatives could take a pic of her in Hospice care then turn around and try to sell her Out is just the lowest of lows

        Also I do NOT understand how Nick Gordon Still draws breath if this girl has any father/uncles etc

    • Cran says:

      Spot on. She was taught nothing that would facilitate her survival in life. Both sides of her family are rife with dysfunction. Both sides running to the media to make a buck. Sketchy boyfriend and friends posting pictures of her taking drugs. I know she idolized and adored her mom and I believe she never recovered from her passing. For all the love Whitney had for her daughter she was in no condition due to her own issues to be any sort of parent to Bobbi.

    • poppy says:

      THIS.
      RIP BKB.

    • ncboudicca says:

      Yes, totally agree. Tragic end to a sad life.

    • Shambles says:

      All of this, QQ. I too don’t understand how Nick Gordon hasn’t mysteriously been put into a hole somewhere yet. When I was 18, my father was ready to end a dude simply for being 23 years old, so I can’t even imagine what he’d do in this situation. Either way, it’s a bitterly sad situation. I hope BK experienced some moments of true happiness while she was with us, and I hope she’s at peace in her mother’s arms now. And now I need a Kleenex. *sniff*

    • kri says:

      QQ-we are thinking alike today. I am so angry and sad for and about this girl. BOTH sides of that family left her out. She did the only thing she could fathom and clung to someone she knew growing up. And he was no good for her, either. She never really had a shot, and I HATE writing something like that. I hate that it’s true. Rest in peace, Bobbi. you always deserved better.

    • I Choose Me says:

      Too true. And too sad.

    • Liberty says:

      Well said, QQ. This is beyond sad. just tragically infuriatingly unfair to her young life. As kri writes, she deserved better. RIP.

  6. Snowflake says:

    That is so sad, so young.

  7. MelissaManifesto says:

    I was really pulling for Bobbi Kristina, I prayed for her to get well, to have a chance to live her life. God knows why he does what he does, I am so sad she is gone. So so so sad. Poor baby girl, may you rest in peace.

  8. InvaderTak says:

    So much tragedy around this whole family. Rest in peace.

  9. tracking says:

    Poor girl. So hard to get past that degree of family baggage.

  10. Sunshine says:

    So true what MM said about why God does what he does. I woke up to my fiancée of 7 years not breathing and then he was in ICU on a respirator for a week and after it was removed, only lived a day. He’d text me the day before how excited about life he was bc he’d just been promoted, & we’d just bought a house. That was almost 4 years ago and I don’t go 5 minutes without thinking of him. That family is going through something terrible, & there is nothing to say to make make them feel any kind of happiness.

    • Goats on the Roof says:

      I’m so sorry to hear that.

      My cousin’s husband has just had a massive stroke at 30, previously very healthy. It’s stories like yours and now hers that keep me awake at night. I couldn’t imagine going through what you have.

    • Jayna says:

      I’m so sorry for your loss.

    • MelissaManifesto says:

      Thank you for sharing your story, it isn’t easy to open up such a heartbreaking experience. I am sorry for your loss.

  11. Jane says:

    A very sad situation indeed. Let’s hope she is in Whitney’s arms right now seeking peace and comfort.

  12. My Two Cents says:

    One of the things that haunted her the most was the media’s treatment of her Mother. She expressed real anger on that failed reality show. I think it is so sad how cruel society can be to celebrities when they are experiencing real problems in their life. May this girl and her Mother rest in peace. I hope Whitney’s millions was all spent on BK’s medical care and there is nothing left for them all to fight over.

    • Pinky says:

      She was in no position mentally to be in the Houston’s reality show afte her mother had passed, and then for Lifetime to do the the Bobby-Whitney biopic when the families asked them not to for Bobbi Kristina’s sake? There’s enough bloody hands to go around.

      • mer says:

        Thank you for mentioning that reality show. I had no idea of its existence until this incident first took place (that led to her death) so I watched some of it. They filmed that only 3 months after Whitney Houston had died. It was crazy. What kind of decision making was that on behalf of Pat Houston and the family? Pat Houston was so hard on her in that as well as Cissy Houston. She seemed so fragile, understandably. They had to know what kind of life she lived with Bobby and Whitney which another reality show and countless magazine interviews captured.

        It seemed Bobbi Kristina was always on her own after Whitney died – but Whitney also lobbied hard against Bobby (they both had flaws obviously) which did not bode well if Whitney was no longer there I would imagine. I know she was old enough to be living alone – and with Gordon – but someone else should have said, come live with us, we insist, or been there at least intermittently – maybe they were, that I do not know. She seemed like a sweet girl despite all she had been through. Watching her on the reality show and an Oprah interview (with Whitney, oh right, there was an Oprah *with* Pat Houston also after Whitneys death, that was very strange, another questionable situation, felt very uncomfortable) – I was surprised at what a sweet nature she seemed to have, that is a credit to Whitney and Bobby and herself. So sorry this is how it ended.

      • meme says:

        Indeed there are. This young woman didn’t stand a chance. I know Whitney & Bobby loved her but they were drugged up messes when she was small. After Whitney died, no one looked out for BK.

      • Betti says:

        While both families are after the money i think the only person who really tried to help her was her father but she kept pushing him away. Whitney turned Bobbi against him – he at least turned his life around and has been drug free for many years. I think he tried to be the stable influence in her life – but i guess he will forever feel it was never enough.

      • Neah23 says:

        @ Betti

        I’m not sure we’re you get Whitney turn BK against Bobby , Whitney was very truthful about her drug use it was her family and the media that blamed Whitney drug problems on Bobby.

        ( he at least turned his life around and has been drug free for many years. I think he tried to be the stable influence in her life – but i guess he will forever feel it was never enough. )

        Bobby had a relapse not to long ago and Bobby problem wasn’t just drug but Alcohol as well which he never seemed to give up.

  13. Jayna says:

    She never really had a chance, did she, being raised by Bobby and Whitney in the environment she was in with them for years and then turning to a guy that was lazy and into drugs after her mom died. Very sad indeed, but she’s with her mother now.

    I feel so sad for Whitney’s mom, losing her daughter and granddaughter in similar circumstances.

  14. MrsBPitt says:

    It is always so sad to hear of a young person dying….RIP Bobbi Kristina…very eerie, that she was found in a tub, like Whitney….

  15. Luca76 says:

    So sad. She never got a chance in life. It was so horrible how long she was in limbo, so at least she isn’t suffering anymore . Honestly I just pity Bobby Brown whatever mistakes he’s made as a parent no one deserves to loose a child that way.

  16. lucy2 says:

    A sad life and a tragic death. I hope she has found some peace.

  17. Sam says:

    I feel like this was the best possible end in a terrible situation. BK had no quality of life at the end, and at least now she is either at peace or reunited with her mother. I do applaud Bobby Brown for accepting the truth and not putting his daughter through years and years of artificial life. He released her, and I can only imagine how hard that is. He deserves credit for doing so. I don’t believe BK ever had a legit chance to thrive, and that is sad. Her parents put a lot of things before her, and she had to labor under that burden her whole life. It’s just sad all around.

  18. Guesto says:

    Poor kid never stood a chance, surrounded by so little care and so much destruction. RIP.

  19. Kiddo says:

    Wow, six months. I did not realize that.

  20. Krystal says:

    R.I.P Bobbi Kristina. wat a tragedy!! I know that she was an adult and made her own decisions but can we all agree that all the adults in her life failed her, starting with her parents and those whose were supposed to look out for her after her mother died.. So sad

  21. Lucy says:

    May she finally rest in peace.

  22. The Original Mia says:

    Sad, but inevitable. I’m actually surprised she lasted this long. Rest in peace.

  23. Jess says:

    I’m sad she passed but hopefully she’s reunited with her mother and at peace now, she had such a tumultuous life. I hope this will at least help Bobby Brown be a better father and role model to his other children.

  24. Christin says:

    Tragic as this is, I am glad someone decided to let her go naturally. Once someone is hooked up to respirators and machines, it has to be hard to not give up hope.

    Just a day after Bobbi was found, I found my father not breathing (I had been with him an hour earlier and he was OK — we had a wonderful conversation, for which I am very thankful). He had a healthcare directive document that spelled out his wishes, so he (and we) did not have to go through the artificial measures once it was clear he would not have a good quality of life.

    Hard to believe it has been almost six months.

  25. Dawn says:

    R.I.P. My condolences to her family.

  26. Jewbitch says:

    That poor kid never had a chance. I wonder what happens to her trust?

    • Cran says:

      I believe the estate now goes to Pat Houston and possibly Cissy. Both sides of the family are now gunning for Nick Gordon. Once they finish tearing him to shreds they will then throw their collective energies at getting a piece of that $20 million pie. Just shameful and sad.

  27. smcollins says:

    Such a tragic chain of events beginning with Whitney’s death (or even farther back than that). Hopefuuly she’s been reunited with her mother somewhere and is finally at peace. My heart goes out to her family.

  28. Boxy Lady says:

    Losing a child is beyond stressful. So is having a newborn. Bobby is experiencing both within a month. I hope and pray that Bobby can find the strength to stay sober. Under these circumstances, not everyone can.

    • Joan says:

      You are so right. Thanks for writing it so nicely.

      Somehow this reminds me of the passings of Anna Nicole and her son Daniel. So tragic. :(

  29. So sad…my doctor said people can still hear even if they are unconscious, so I’m glad to know that people were praying and singing in her presence. I hope she is in the arms of Jesus. May the good Lord comfort her family.

  30. Zigggy says:

    RIP, young lady.

  31. Dibba says:

    One of the most tragic stories I’ve ever heard. Rest in peace Bobbi. I feel angry at her parents

  32. radio active says:

    What kills me about the whole thing is that the Houston family seems to act like they are better than the Browns. When the Lifetime movie came out, they didn’t want it to happen, but my thought was why is the movie a problem when you agreed to exploit BK on a reality show?

  33. Andrea says:

    I have a few questions here: was she brain dead? Was she ever alert or aware these past 6 months? If not, I don’t know if they should have kept her on so long, but to each their own I suppose.

    • Cran says:

      I read a blind referencing a comatose pregnant celebrity being kept alive until the baby had developed enough and labor induced. It was intimated the birth would be announced at the appropriate time. The popular guess was Bobbi Kristina.

      I am still horrified that the story was put out there and ashamed at myself at having read the link. People can be awful.

    • bluhare says:

      From what I understand the doctors told them from the outset (or close to it) that there was little or no hope of her recovery. Her dad wanted measures taken and they were, although I don’t think there was ever any real improvement.

      I think there was quite a bit of guilt involved here — understandably so. I wish I could remember where I read it, but she and her dad were on the outs when it happened. I can imagine Bobby wanted to do anything he could to bring her back so he could make amends or tell her he loved her if that were the case. Guilt is a horrible thing.

      • Christin says:

        It doesn’t take but a few minutes of oxygen deprivation for brain damage to occur. I think doctors would have known early on that chances were slim for any quality of life.

        With her being so young, plus the possibility of wanting to make amends, I can see where hope and guilt would combine to want to hang on to her. But I felt from the beginning she was really gone January 31.

    • Bibby says:

      She was brain dead. She died months ago. Her heart was kept beating artificially, but she was by any medical standard dead.

  34. BeckyR says:

    This story is incredibly sad and her demise can be laid at the feet of her parents.

  35. The Other Katherine says:

    Rest in peace, little girl. She never had a chance to escape her Greek tragedy of a life. :’-(

  36. The Eternal Side-Eye says:

    Rest in Peace Bobbi Kristina.

    I’m so sorry about your life. I’m sorry you were born into a chaos you couldn’t understand and would never grow the skills to adapt to. I’m sorry your mother and father, though loving, couldn’t escape their demons to provide you with a healthy sane environment. I’m sorry your mother couldn’t see bad people for who they were and brought Nick into the house and that he in turn preyed on your weaknesses. I’m sorry life was such a struggle for you and that ultimately your life ended like your mother’s. I hope you have more peace now. I hope you’ve earned more solace in your next life.

    To Cissy Houston-

    I can’t even imagine how it feels to lose both your daughter and granddaughter in the same way years apart. Maybe this light was meant to slowly ebb away with only the magnificence of its memory left behind. I’m sure you wished for more and better, a lot of people wished for it with you, but the good news is this child is finally at peace. So should you be.

    • Shitler says:

      So eloquent.
      RIP BK..

    • Katija says:

      Despite being deeply entrenched in the Hollywood world and a celebrity in her own right, I always got incredibly “normal” vibes from Cissy Houston.

      She has faced insurmountable tragedy. Honestly… I don’t think Bobby has made her situation any better. I really wish for her a quiet, peaceful final few years or decades of life. I hope she can finally cut ties with Bobby and the Browns completely and just live peacefully somewhere. Try to enjoy a quiet, peaceful life despite her huge loss and pain.

  37. Lisa says:

    Sad. RIP, Bobbi.

  38. Michelle says:

    This really choked me up last night when the news broke. I can’t say anything that hasn’t been said millions of time before, but “tragedy” is an understatement. Have we ever seen a more clear case of someone who was never really given a chance? It all unfolded right in front of our faces over the years. From the bits and pieces of the messy personal lives of Whitney and Bobby that made the news during their marriage and knowing that their daughter was trapped in the middle of it all, and the disastrous “Being Bobby Brown” TV show where they were both noticeably high on camera often, to their disheveled and troubling behavior, the troubling interviews, and then finally the news breaking that Whitney inevitably died. Whitney’s life and death were tragic, and Bobbi Kristina never recovered from the loss of her mother. Bobbi was a girl who had to be a parent to her parents because that is what happens to the children of addicts, the roles get reversed. She was lost in the world. Bobbi Kristina never had the chance to have an identity outside of her parents and their problems.

    I’ve known a lot of people in my life whose lives were actually destroyed by their parents, to be more specific their dads. This sounds weird I’m sure, but it never ceases to amaze me how people can really ruin each other. The only consolation that makes this anything less than too terrible to even fathom is the knowledge that Bobbi Kristina gets to finally be at peace and doesn’t have to endure a living hell and a tragic existence anymore. My heart goes out to those who truly love her.

    • Toni says:

      I can only imagine how Bobby Brown must feel. Bobbi K’s boyfriend Nick was worse than he ever was in some ways. I pray that Bobby does right by his remaining children including the one his current wife is expecting. What a tragic lessen for him.

  39. Danskins says:

    RIP Bobbi Kristina. Hopefully you are at peace with your mom.

  40. AtlLady says:

    Krissy was surrounded by family when she passed. Where was this strong show of familial support when she was still alive for nearly 3 years after Whitney died? The poor kid was 18, turning 19 less than a month after her mother died, but she was left to live on her own with only a shady Nick Gordon remaining to influence a distraught young woman. The reality series showed how upset Krissy was. I do feel sorry for the Houston and the Brown families for their loss but their own responsibilities in this tragedy go back for years. RIP Krissy. At least you are out of this circus now.

    • Christin says:

      One other thing that seems strange is the aunt cleaning out BK’s house (supposedly tossing out most everything except photos and her mother’s awards, I think) DAYS ago!

      It’s not as if that could not have waited. Is there a big rush to sell that condo or what?

      • AtlLady says:

        Christin, since none of the Houston or Brown families live in the Atlanta area any more and Krissy was in end of life hospice care, I have no problem with Pat clearing out the condo to get it ready for market. Only Krissy stayed in the area since this is where she spent most of her life. The poor girl isn’t going to be buried here so the condo is the last tie to the area and the sale can be handled by the real estate agent.

      • Christin says:

        Valid point. Just seemed a bit rushed, given that the family probably isn’t in dire financial straits to sell the condo ASAP.

      • jc126 says:

        Maybe it was something they were doing to keep themselves busy and try to do something they know they’d have to do eventually? It’s grueling to spend months at a dying person’s bedside, and then to have go through their stuff after they pass away is overwhelming for some.

    • Michelle says:

      “Krissy was surrounded by family when she passed. Where was this strong show of familial support when she was still alive for nearly 3 years after Whitney died?”

      You are so correct. Nothing short of heartbreaking.

  41. NGBoston says:

    + 1000 x’s to what “Eternal Side-Eye” posted.

    Finally, there is peace for this girl. In the end, we are all God’s children.

    =(

  42. Cinderella says:

    I don’t think there was anything her family could do to keep her away from Nick. I went back and watched some episodes of their reality show, and even though people criticize Pat Houston and family, it seems like they tried to keep her close but could not. Nick got his claws into her and there was no going back. BK also seemed a bit stubborn and was going to do what she wanted to do, (not at all uncommon in that age group.) She was consumed with Nick and so vulnerable.

    Watching the clips of her as a child (even on Being Bobby Brown), she seemed like a happy, sensible girl amidst the mess. I was really pulling for her.

    RIP, BK.

  43. Laura says:

    A very sad ending to a young life. May you forever rest peacefully, Bobbi Kristina…xo

  44. Amanda G says:

    I’m glad she is finally at peace. It seems as though her family finally did right by her in the end by letting her go. I feel a bit sorry for Bobby, but more so for Cissy. To lose both her daughter and a grandchild too soon…it’s so sad. Especially when it could have been preventable. I hope if there was foul play, justice will prevail, but I have a feeling they don’t have anything on the boyfriend and it was just a terrible accident or suicide. And as terrible as it is to say, I wouldn’t be surprised if her boyfriend took his life next.

  45. Nymeria says:

    She had amazing financial resources. What a shame.

    • Neah23 says:

      Money can’t buy true happiness or love which are two things she desperately wanted.

  46. Seren2318 says:

    A terrible shame the family, including her father, were not as vigilant and present during her short tumultuous life as they have presented themselves during her extended death. Perhaps they have simply been jockeying for position with the press, public sympathy and access to her inheritance. Or perhaps I’m a jaded cynic. Time will tell. Godspeed, little girl, you break my heart with your death because I see the possible future for so many celebrity kids whose parents value them as people less than money, addictions, fame or a ‘legacy’. Side-eyeing so many cheap ass low rent celebrities right now. Stand the hell up and be decent parents and proper role models. At the end of the day, you have one meaningful job to do, and it isn’t shilling crap perfume or your own image.

  47. Tara says:

    This is so sad. This girl was dealt a bad hand in terms of the drugged out environment she grew up in.