Photos of where Bobbi Kristina Brown was found unconscious in a tub before her looming death have been released. The townhouse where Whitney Houston’s 22-year-old daughter was discovered unconscious in a bathtub nearly one year ago is up for sale, Mirror reports.
The home is listed on Keller Williams for $469,000. According to People magazine, the house was listed for sale a few weeks ago. The house is 2,600-square-feet and was built in 2007. A number of amenities and recreational hot spots are included with owning the beautiful home.
The description on Keller Williams reads, “Exclusive gated community situated on the Chattahoochee River with top amenities, including clubhouse, swim/tennis, park, pet walk & private walking trails. Luxury Craftsman-European style townhome w/open floor plan, great room, gourmet kitchen, coffered ceilings & built-ins w/attention to detail. Spacious master suite features fireplace & built-ins w/spa bath. Two additional guest suites w/private baths. Professionally finished terrace level, including elevator. Excellent schools.Amazing value! [sic]”
Images of where Bobbi Kristina spent a lot of her time with then-boyfriend Nick Gordon are now seen by the public. She was found on January 31 face down in the bathtub. She later died in hospice care in July at the age of 22. She’s buried next to her mother in a New Jersey cemetery.
Scene Of Horror! Bobbi Kristina Brown’s death bathtub exposed in chilling new photos! https://t.co/zJSucnJh6M
— OK! Magazine USA (@OKMagazine) December 29, 2015
There are 26 images for interested buyers to browse through. Bobbi Kristina Brown’s home appeared to be a nice, cozy place for her… minus the drama she was plagued with prior to her death.
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s home ‘up for sale’, as inside photos reveal first glimpse at tragic star’s life https://t.co/u1vFmlsWNT
— Irish Daily Mirror (@IrishMirror) December 29, 2015
The townhouse is spacious and open with an elegant design. Naturally, many will scroll through the images and know what took place at the residence a year ago.
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s death was tragic and eerily similar to her mother’s. Whitney was found in an unresponsive state as well at a Beverly Hills hotel back in February 2012.
Both sides of Bobbi Kristina’s family believe Nick Gordon is responsible for the young woman’s death.
Bobbi Kristina’s father, Bobby Brown, has openly said that he feels the DA of Atlanta needs to “look closely into the investigation that’s going on that caused my daughter to pass.”
He revealed that he’s in the process of creating the Bobbi Kristina Serenity House — a safe house for women of domestic abuse.
Gordon is being accused of giving Bobbi Kristina a “toxic cocktail” and leaving her in the bathtub to die. There have been reports that the two argued before the tragic incident happened in January. A close friend of Bobbi Kristina’s — Danyela Bradley — said she witnessed Gordon abusing her just hours before she was found in the bathtub, according to a Radar Online report. The site learned Bradley was there when Nick “began kicking Bobbi Kristina in the side to the point that she was on the floor screaming and curled up in a fetal position.”
Nick Gordon has denied any role in Bobbi Kristina Brown’s death. He’s reportedly hired Casey Anthony’s attorney – Jose Baez – to represent him.
Bobbi Kristina’s aunt, Leolah Brown, often posts cryptic messages on her Facebook page concerning what she knows in the investigation. In a post she wrote in early December, she let people know there were recent developments in the case.
“Yes there is new news. But I must keep it to myself for just right now. But trust me! All will be brought in that have something to do with their murders,” she wrote in one post.
Leolah wrote in a second post, “I Have Said It Once And I’m Going To Say It Again. IT AIN’T OVER! My Sister Whitney Houston Brown And My Niece, Bobbi…Have Not Left Us In Vain! And With The Help Of The Almighty God Allah, We Will Get Justice For Them Both!”
The death surrounding Bobbi Kristina Brown will remain a mystery to everyone else for a little bit longer.
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