Bobbi Kristina Brown’s alleged “drowning” incident has been met with a number of questions that remain unanswered, which is why police have decided to investigate the situation further. Now, there are reports of new developments in the case.
Detectives with the Roswell Police Department are reportedly trying to determine whether there were more people at the scene of the accident than most initially assumed. Although Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend, Nick Gordon, and his friend, Max Lomas, were present when paramedics arrived, detectives are investigating whether or not there was anyone else at the home that may have fled prior to the 911 call. An alleged source recently shared details about the impending investigation, reports Hollywood Life. Detectives reportedly visited a number of local stores in the area near Bobbi Kristina’s gated community.
It was also reported that surveillance footage was requested from a local SunTrust Bank branch that sits approximately 100 yards from Bobbi Kristina’s Roswell townhome. In addition to surveillance footage, two detectives also questioned employees about seemingly suspicious activity they may have noticed that day. Since the 911 call was placed at around 10:25 a.m. and the branch didn’t close until 12:00 p.m., detectives considered the possibility of employees witnessing strange activity.
“[Police] were asking if they saw anyone jump the wall behind the house, or if anyone was seen leaving the area… But no one recalled seeing anyone or anything suspicious. But the cops also were looking for video.”
On Tuesday, Feb. 3, Bobby Brown’s attorneys released an official statement in reference to the investigation. The announcement of a full investigation came after it was reported that drugs were found in the home. Although no further details have been reported in reference to the case, Bobby did make it clear that his daughter was never married to Nick Gordon.
“We are currently investigating the events that led to the hospitalization of Bobbi Kristina.”
The investigation will reportedly be ongoing.
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