The beleaguered only daughter of late singer Whitney Houston and rapper Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina, is still under the care of the hospital after she was found in her bathtub face down and is now breathing with the aid of a ventilator.
Officials from the hospital where she’s currently admitted and her family members have not said a word about her medical condition. Her husband, Nick Gordon, and other relatives have all come to her side to take care of her.
A source close to the family said that even if she is breathing through a ventilator, Bobbi Kristina has remained unresponsive. The source also mentioned that she has strong vital signs and that medical precautionary measures have been placed for the 21-year-old. They also added that right now Bobbi Kristina is being looked at by a team of top doctors and that their main goal is to get her better, and in time, she will heal not just physically but emotionally as well.
Other sources close to the family have refuted news that she was placed in a medical-induced coma. There are cases where victims of near-drowning are put on ventilators to aid their breathing, while some cases where the patient is put in a medical-induced coma in the hopes of lowering down the chances of brain swelling and inflammation.
Her husband and a friend discovered her unconscious body in their home on early Saturday and took turns in trying to revive and calling for the parademics. Meanwhile, the police is still looking into the incident.
The incident occurred eerily almost exactly three years ago when her mother was found lifeless inside a bathtub in a room in Beverly Hills hotel.
Preliminary investigation has ruled out drugs as none were found in her body or in their house. The police further said that as of now, they are still talking to the family and friends who were at the scene when the incident happened, and they are not ruling it as an accident or any other thing just yet.
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