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Bobbi Kristina: Bobby Brown Won’t Take Her Off Life Support

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ATLANTA, GA — Bobby Brown is praying for a miracle. He refuses to take Bobbi Kristina off life support, despite doctors saying there is nothing more they can do for his daughter.

According to TMZ, Bobbi K’s condition has remained the same since Monday. Her brain functions are minimal and there has been no improvement.

Family is now by her bedside at Emory University where she is in a medically induced coma.

21-year-old Bobbi Kristina was found face down Saturday in a bathtub at her Roswell, Georgia home following what some fear was a drug overdose

In tragically similar circumstances, her mother, Whitney Houston died in a bathtub nearly three years ago. She was pronounced dead on February 11, 2012 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. The coroner cited cocaine use and heart disease as contributing factors.

Police suspect drugs also played a role in Bobbi K’s accident. They found a stash of drugs in the home she shares with Nick Gordon, who she calls her husband.

Even more shocking, one of her friends, Max Lomas, is now accused of being a well-known drug dealer. Lomas and Gordon found Bobbi unconscious and called for help.

But Lomas claims he’s a witness, not a suspect.

The plot thickens. Get this — there may have been one more witness who took off before paramedics arrived. Police are now reportedly gathering surveillance video from nearby businesses to determine if that’s true.

If so, what is this person hiding?

We’ve also learned, despite claiming to be married, Bobbi Kristina and Nick Gordon never tied the knot. The relationship caused alarm because Whitney called Gordon her “adopted son.” She took him in as a child but never officially adopted him.

In the days leading up to the accident, Bobbi K tweeted about home much she loved and missed her mom.

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