Was Bobbi Kristina euthanized? That’s the question now circulating on several media sites, and it’s all because of claims from a spiritual healer. According to Radar Online, Jollie Harris III made his way to Georgia when Bobbi Kristina was moved to Peachtree Christian Hospice in Duluth. For those who may have forgotten, Bobbi Kristina was moved to the hospice facility after being hospitalized for nearly six months following the bathtub drowning inside her townhome in Roswell, Georgia.
Once Bobbi Kristina was pronounced brain dead after surviving off the ventilator throughout her time in the hospital, she was then transferred to hospice. That’s when Harris claims he was hired by Whitney Houston’s goddaughter, Brandi Burnside, and her husband, Max Lux. He reportedly told Radar he traveled to Georgia with “two gallons of juice made of different herbs and seeds and oils” in order to “heal her from the inside and outside.”
Harris admitted that Bobby Brown was initially skeptical of his unconventional healing methods but remained open-minded to anything that could possibly heal Bobbi Kristina.
“There were tears in his eyes,” Harris said about Bobby Brown. “I told him, ‘You are going with faith. I told him we need to go God’s way because man is giving up on your child and there’s nothing you can do.’”
After meeting with Bobby Brown, Harris was taken to Bobbi Kristina’s room, and he insists she was not in a comatose state. Despite news reports about Bobbi Kristina’s declining health, failing organs, and brain damage, Harris claims her injuries weren’t exactly as reported.
“They said that she was in a coma,” Harris said. “But I noticed right away that she was NOT in a coma… She had motor skills!”
He went on to discuss the “pressure point test” he conducted to “tell how much life was left in her body,” and he reportedly received a shocking response. Apparently, Bobbi Kristina responded in such a way that made Harris believe she could be healed.
“Princess Bobbi Kristina kicked out… I started smiling and I said ‘Thank you Jesus! She is alive and the blood is moving.
“She raised about maybe two inches off of her pillow and she stared. She stared at me. She raised her head to let us know … that she recognized that God was here to do his will.”
Jollie Harris revealed that the results of the pressure point test were a glimmer of hope that made him quite confident that he could heal Bobbi Kristina. In fact, he even stated he informed the family that there was a strong possibility he could do so. But, unfortunately, Pat Houston was reportedly not in agreement with him doing so simply because Bobbi Kristina could possibly spend the rest of her life as a paraplegic, according to Rolling Out.
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s spiritual healer claims she wasn't brain dead — Why he says she ‘was euthanized!' https://t.co/2btcYWpBnQ— OK! Magazine USA (@OKMagazine) January 19, 2016
For this particular reason, Harris insists Bobbi Kristina was euthanized, describing her untimely death as “inhumane.”
“In my opinion, she was euthanized. No one should have to leave the earth the way ‘princess’ Bobbi Kristina left here. It was inhumane. She said her reason for saying no… She said that Bobbi Kristina would not wanna live being a paraplegic. She said that Bobbi Kristina would not wanna live being bed-ridden. She said Bobbi Kristina would not wanna live if she could not sing or dance or perform like she normally does.”
Harris’ claims follow a string of reports about other allegations surrounding Bobbi Kristina’s death. Although no charges have been filed in connection with Bobbi Kristina’s death, her former boyfriend, Nick Gordon, is still considered a suspect. Many of Bobbi Kristina’s family members have speculated that the bathtub incident was the result of some form of disagreement between her and Nick. But, the speculation has yet to be confirmed. It has been reported that the investigation into Bobbi Kristina’s death will be ongoing, but no further details have been released.
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