Amid the tumultuous arguments among family members after an emotional funeral, a magazine published pictures of Bobbi Kristina Brown while laying in the hospital during her last months of life.
The National Enquirer posted a picture of Bobbi Kristina on the front page of its August 17 issue, which has already hit newsstands. The picture depicts the 22-year-old clearly in poor medical shape as she lay in a bed with a blanket covering her from waist down.
Directly under the picture, the magazine posted a picture of Bobbi Kristina's late mother, Whitney Houston, lying in her funeral casket. It's rumored that someone sold the picture of Houston in 2012 shortly after attending her funeral.
So far, there is no indication as to who sold the photos of Bobbi Kristina, but inside the magazine, there are several other chilling photos of the young woman while she lay listless at the Peachtree Christian Hospice center in Duluth, Georgia.
Whoever took the pictures, however, was rumored to have been shopping around for the highest bidder, initially asking for an astounding price of $10,000.
TMZ and Entertainment Tonight (ET) stated that they were contacted and offered a chance to buy the pics, but both companies turned down purchasing the distasteful photos.
Numerous people are already sharing their disgust that photos of Bobbi Kristina in her most vulnerable state were actually published for the world to see. Many supporters took to social media to bash National Enquirer and vent their frustration.Family drama continues after the funeral as they reportedly refuse to stop arguing. Last week, Bobbi Kristina's aunt, Leolah Brown, was removed from the funeral service after threatening Pat Houston by telling her, "Whitney Houston will haunt you from the grave."
Meanwhile, Nick Gordon, 25, was banned from attending the funeral and burial services, but he apparently had his own version in Florida. Gordon went to the beach to honor his late girlfriend, and according to his mother, Michelle Gordon, both Nick and Bobbi Kristina used to go the beach often.
"Nick went to the beach with me on Friday during the services. He said the beach was always their favorite place to go, so he decided that he would honor her at a place that they both loved."Prior to the funeral services, Gordon sent emails to both Bobby Brown and Pat Houston, begging for the chance to say goodbye to Bobbi Kristina.
Apparently, his requests were not honored, most likely because he never opened up about what happened on January 31 that left Bobbi Kristina comatose and face down in a bathtub full of cold water.
Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away on July 26 at the young age of 22. She is preceded in death by her mother, the late Whitney Houston, who passed away in Beverly Hills, California, in 2012.