Bobbi Kristina Brown Death Conspiracy

Bobbi Kristina Death Conspiracy: Aunt Backs Up Claims Made By Faith Healer That Family Wanted Bobbi Kristina ‘Gone’

Bobbi Kristina Brown’s death conspiracy continues to grow since “Doctor” Jollie Harris, III — a faith healer — alleged that the young woman was “euthanized”when she was showing signs of progress. Now Bobbi Kristina’s aunt — Leolah Brown — is backing up those claims and believes certain members of the family just wanted her “gone.”

The 22-year-old daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown was found face down in a bath tub on January 31, 2015, at the condominium she shared with ex-boyfriend, Nick Gordon, in Atlanta. She spent her final months at Peachtree Christian Hospice in Duluth, Georgia, before she died on July 26, 2015. Both sides of the family blame Gordon for her tragic demise, but other stories are coming out that Bobbi Kristina Brown’s death was a conspiracy since she was supposedly on her way to recovery before she died.

Radar Online published a bombshell report a short time ago about “Doctor” Jollie Harris’ claims about what really happened to Bobbi Kristina.

According to Harris, Bobbi Kristina’s death was a “mercenary killing,” saying that she was basically “euthanized.”

“In my opinion, she was euthanized,” Jollie said. “No one should have to leave the earth the way ‘princess’ Bobbi Kristina left here. It was inhumane.”

In a Facebook post by Leolah Brown, she writes that Jollie Harris was correct in his story. She writes that Pat Houston — whom she refers to as “Pat Garland,” per The Wrap — chose to ignore the positive signs that Bobbi Kristina was “fine.”

“To comment on Dr. Jollie Harris, III, who spoke with Radar; he was absolutely 100% correct about Bobbi Kristina being able to live!” Brown writes. “Dr. Harris is telling the truth 100%.

The Bobbi Kristina Brown death conspiracy continued in Leolah’s post.

“Pat Garland and others (I won’t mention here) did everything they could to literally see to it that Bobbi Kristina was completely gone!” Brown writes. “I said this before and I will say it again. Bobbi Kristina was doing fine! She was communicating with us and looked forward to coming home! And in her communicating to us she wanted Pat to stay far away from her!”

Brown added, “IT AIN’T OVER” and vowed that the “true” story in her book will be coming out soon.

Doctor Jollie Harris was called on to help Bobbi Kristina by Whitney Houston’s goddaughter, Brandi Burnside, and her husband, Max Lux (the star of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood). Harris runs the Feed God’s Sheep Missionary Church in Los Angeles. When he traveled to Georgia to attempt heal Bobbi Kristina, he brought “two gallons of juice made of different herbs and seeds and oils.” He said it was going to heal her from the “inside and out.”

Harris performed “pressure point tests” and said Bobbi Kristina tried raising herself up, and made noises and motions.

Harris said it was Pat Houston and a group of doctors that that refused to let him go on treating Bobbi Kristina as she lay on her deathbed.

“She said her reason for saying no … She said that Bobbi Kristina would not wanna live being a paraplegic,” Harris claimed. “She said that Bobbi Kristina would not wanna live being bed-ridden. She said Bobbi Kristina would not wanna live if she could not sing or dance or perform like she normally does.”

“Doctor” Jollie Harris believes that the young woman could have been fully “restored” to her normal life over time.

The death conspiracy surrounding Bobbi Kristina Brown will likely never cease. There’s plenty of blame to go around as far as everyone in her family is concerned.

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