Did Whitney Houston's death become a potentially deadly obsession for her daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown? Sources close to the family revealed that before she was found unconscious in a bathtub, Bobbi Kristina had become increasingly obsessive about how her mother died, reported the Chicago Sun-Times.
Whitney Houston was also discovered unconscious in a bathtub. This year will mark the third anniversary of her death, which occurred at the Beverly Hilton Hotel the day before the 2012 Grammy ceremony.
"She was seemingly obsessed by it — strangely more so than last year or the year before," revealed a source.
"She talked more about that anniversary than her recent first wedding anniversary."That "wedding" to Nick Gordon has been another controversial topic, since Bobby Brown contends that the two were never officially married.
Another Houston family insider reported that Bobbi Kristina exhibited bipolar symptoms.
"There are increasingly obvious indications that Bobbi Kristina is bipolar, and that explains a lot about her mood swings, her ongoing battle with depression and her use of drugs over the past couple of years."Active on social media, Bobbi Kristina's posts ranged from excited about her music and life to deep depression about the pain she felt in mourning her mother.
"But isn't that typical of people who are bipolar?" questioned the source.
"Their mood swings can be huge — from big highs to deep lows."In addition to drugs and drinking, family members discussed Bobbi Kristina's drinking, shown below. As the Inquisitr reported, sources have said that Bobbi Kristina's family plans to turn off the machines that are keeping her alive on Feb. 11, the anniversary of Whitney Houston's death. That decision follows their public candlelight vigil.
But a Houston family source now says that the family has no plans to stop hoping that a miracle can occur, reported Us Weekly.
Currently in a medically induced coma at the Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Bobbi Kristina relies on machines to keep her alive. And the Houston and Brown families want to keep praying that she can fight and survive, said the source.
"We're just continuing to pray," said Bobby Brown's sister, Tina.
Prior to her hospitalization, Bobbi Kristina had sent texts to a friend revealing her depression, reported Extra.
In a text sent just before she was found, the 21-year-old poured out her heartbreak.
"[The loss of Whitney Houston is a] pain like your heart has been ripped out of your chest," wrote Bobbi Kristina.
"She was and is my everything ma'am. And if you don't think I don't know [what] an ounce of HURT anguish and pain is, you are preaching to the wrong women [sic], because I've lves [sic] in the public eye since I was born."Bobbi's aunt, Leolah, has posted updates on Facebook about her own feelings on Bobbi Kristina, who she calls Krissi.
"I Prayed So Hard For My Niece Krissi. I Am So Full & Drained While Going Thru All This. But The Very One Thing That Is Certainly For Sure-Is That- I Will NEVER Let Go Of ALLAH."As the Inquisitr revealed, in 2012, Leolah revealed in an interview that she believed Bobbi Kristina was not safe. It was her first interview after Whitney Houston's death.
"I am concerned about my niece Bobbi Kristina. Krissy is not safe right now. I want to say to Krissy that it's very, very, very important that she does not trust anybody at this time. Anybody except her father, her grandmother, Cissy, and myself. And I mean that."[Photo By Frazer Harrison/Getty Images]