Bobbi Kristina Brown Estate Sues Cissy And Pat Houston For 'Breach Of Trust'

Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away months ago, and since that time, none of her estate bills have been paid. Radar Online reported that Bedelia Hargrove, the conservator for the late Bobbi Kristina Brown's estate, filed a lawsuit against Pat and Cissy Houston because they have not paid any of the expenses in the running of Bobbi Kristina's estate. She is suing the two Houston women for "breach of trust."

Bobby Kristina Brown's grandmother, Cissy and her aunt, Pat were supposed to keep up with the bills with money coming out of Bobbi Kristina's trust fund. Apparently, Pat and Cissy were only going to pay the bills if they thought they were "reasonable," but according to Bossip, they have not paid anything.

On February 4, Bedelia Hargrove filed a lawsuit at the Fulton County Superior Court against Cissy and Pat Houston, who are the caretakers of Bobbi Kristina's money. In the lawsuit, she claimed that there are unpaid bills going back to the time Bobbi Kristina of Bobbi Kristina's death. She said that she told Pat and Cissy that they needed to pay the overdue bills, but they refused.

Bobbi Kristina gave control of her trust and other assets, including the ones she would receive from her late mother, Whitney Houston, to her grandmother and aunt before her death. Bedelia wrote in her lawsuit, "Respondents are impairing and impeding the proper administration of the estate. To date, the respondents have failed and refused to pay any expenses of administration of the estate after proper and repeated demands from the petitioner."

The amount needed to make the estate caught up on unpaid bills was not disclosed in the lawsuit. Perhaps because the problem is ongoing, that a set amount cannot be determined until it goes to court. In the court papers, Bedelia said that the amount would be disclosed at the court trial.

Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina's dad, filed a lawsuit last year in an attempt to gain control over his daughter's estate. Leolah Brown allegedly believes that Pat and Cissy are manipulating things so they can keep control over Miss Brown's estate worth about $20 million.

This is not the first lawsuit that Bedelia Hargrove has filed on behalf of the late Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown's daughter. In June, 2015, when Bobbi Kristina was moved to hospice care, Bedelia filed a 32-page document against Nick Gordon. She accused him of stealing at least $11,000 of Bobbi Kristina's money and that he physically abused her on numerous occasions.

Bedelia released a statement to People through Pat Houston's lawyer, David W. Long-Daniels, stating, "Today I filed a lawsuit on behalf of Bobbi Kristina Brown. I filed this lawsuit to pursue justice on behalf of Bobbi Kristina Brown. No human being, male or female, should endure what Bobbi Kristina endured."

Bedelia Hargrove did include a comment on Pat Houston and Bobby Brown for getting the best medical care available for Bobbi Kristina. She said, "Pat Houston and Bobby Brown have done all they can to take care of Bobbi Kristina since this terrible tragedy occurred. I have worked closely with both of them and we all want the very best for Bobbi Kristina. This lawsuit represents our collective efforts to get justice for Bobbi Kristina. We pray that justice will be done for her and that it will be swift."

When Miss Brown passed away, Bedelia amended the lawsuit against Nick Gordon to include wrongful death, and pain and suffering that Bobbi Kristina endured by his hands. In the documents, Bedelia described how, on the night the accident happened, Nick Gordon had been binge drinking and using cocaine.

Nick allegedly viewed video footage of their home's security camera and became enraged. He allegedly beat Bobbi Kristina and called her offensive names. The fight started downstairs, and ended upstairs in the couple's estate home. Nick then gave Bobbi Kristina a "toxic cocktail" rendering her unconscious, and then he plunged her face down into a bathtub of cold water.

The documents went on to say that Nick then changed clothes and got into bed with another female and said, "Now I want a pretty little white girl like you."

Bobbi Kristina's family barred Nick Gordon from seeing her while she was in the hospital and he was banned from attending her funeral. Nick Gordon went of the Dr. Phil after drinking heavily and admitted that he had a problem with drugs and alcohol. Dr. Phil sent Nick to a rehab center for help.

To date, Nick Gordon lost his lawyer Bryant Green because "there was a conflict of interest." ET reported that Nick was not cooperating with his legal team. So far, no criminal charges have been filed against Nick Gordon. His lawyers called the wrongful death lawsuit "slanderous and meritless."

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