Bobbi Kristina Brown, who suffered a suspected drug overdose at her Atlanta home on Saturday, was reportedly released from North Fulton Hospital yesterday by order of her father, Bobby Brown, and transferred to the Emory University Hospital.
According to a Radar Online report, Bobby Brown is now calling all the shots regarding his daughter’s treatment following a drug overdose that may or may not have been a suicide attempt.
The reason for transferring Bobbi Kristina Brown was allegedly due to the chaos that prevails at North Fulton, as a source told the publication, “It was just chaos at North Fulton Hospital, where Krissy had been taken by paramedics after the accident on Saturday.”
At one point, Bobbi’s alleged husband, Nick Gordon, was physically removed from the facility when he started shouting and becoming aggressive. The source continued, “Bobby doesn’t want Nick anywhere near Krissy, and thinks he is responsible for his little girl currently in the intensive care unit.”
Christopher Brown of Brown & Rosen, LLC, Bobby Brown’s attorney, also told Radar, “We are currently investigating the events that led to the hospitalization of Bobbi Kristina. To correct earlier reports, Bobbi Kristina is not and has never been married to Nick Gordon.”
Nevertheless, the inside source claims that reports of fighting between the Houstons and the Browns are “inaccurate,” as the insider revealed that the two families are “putting aside their differences for the time being and focusing on Krissy.”
Apparently, at around 8 p.m. on Saturday, not long after Bobbi Kristina Brown was admitted to North Fulton, an eyewitness on the hospital floor said Gordon made a sudden appearance,
“You could hear scuffling,” around her room, the source said. “About maybe two to three minutes later, they came back with this person and they had their hands on him like holding onto him and you could see that everybody was distressed.”
For the time being, both the Houstons and the Browns want Gordon to stay away from Bobbi, and that may have something to do with her move to Emory.