Bobbi Kristina Brown Beaten? Injuries To Face, Mouth, Neck And Hands Reportedly Led To Investigation – What Happened?

Bobbi Kristina Brown’s bathtub incident initially seemed eerily similar to her mother Whitney Houston’s fatal 2012 drowning. However, as the investigation continues, there are a number of aspects that may suggest Bobbi Kristina’s incident is totally different.

As a matter of fact, a new development has the Roswell Police Department questioning if anything happened prior to her being found face-down in the bathtub, reports WSB-TV. Although her boyfriend Nick Gordon has been a suspect for more than a week now, the speculation reportedly has nothing to do with the initial accusations and concerns voiced by her aunt, Pat Houston.

According to TMZ, sources close to Bobbi Kristina have revealed she has injuries to her face, mouth, and possible defensive wounds on her hands. However, it has also been reported that the marks are around her mouth have raised the most concern. The injuries are reportedly the reason authorities launched the investigation targeting Nick.

As previously reported on Inquisitr, family members speculated that Nick was withholding vital information. Max Lomas also stated that Nick “was acting strangely” on the morning of Jan. 31 before he discovered Bobbi Kristina in the bathtub. Now, detectives are wondering what occurred earlier that morning. Were they fighting? Although the looming question has yet to be answered, speculation about a possible fight that may have taken place comes as no surprise to friends of the couple.

Over the past week, several reports have shed light on Bobbi Kristina and Nick’s violent history. As a matter of fact, police were called one week prior to the devastating turn of events that occurred last weekend.

No further details have been released about Bobbi Kristina’s current state. She is reportedly still on life support fighting for her life. However, it has been rumored that she may be taken off life support on the three-year anniversary of her mother’s death on Feb. 11. At this point, no charges have been issued for the case, and the investigation will be ongoing.