Bobbi Kristina Death Investigation: 7 Shocking Revelations
For those who have religiously followed the case of Bobbi Kristina Brown, it has been a marathon. Sadly, it seems it’s far from over. For a young woman who lied in a coma for months, then a waking, yet unresponsive state, it seemed rapid progress would have been a priority. Looking back to first headline released related to this tragedy, it was at the beginning of February, 2015. An investigation was launched by the Roswell Police Department of Roswell, Georgia. Following the death of Bobbi Kristina, things have taken a turn.
7. District Attorney’s Office Has Taken Over
Just a month before they announced death of Bobbi Kristina Brown, the Fulton Country District Attorney’s Office confirmed to several media outlets that it was taking over the criminal investigation of Bobbi Kristina Brown. The investigation was led by the Roswell Police Department from the report of the incident on January 31, 2015 until late June of 2015. During that time, no individual was charged with criminal activity, though Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend, Nicholas (Nick) Gordon was suggested as a person of interest, due to the couple’s tumultuous relationship. The press clamored for information stemming from the investigation, but it was proving to be a mess, as there was never evidence allowing anyone to be charged with foul play.
6. Investigation Is Hush-Hush
Since the Fulton County D.A.’s office has taken over the investigation, more information has come to light. Whether it is alleged, and media spun or coming from legit sources, it seems the scene at Bobbi Kristina Brown’s and Nick Gordon’s residence — on January 31, 2015 — was not as it was initially described by Gordon. There are now reports of alleged witnesses, and other individuals who were at the residence, as guests of Gordon. Additional reports suggest that Nick had enjoyed a drug-fueled party night, before returning home in the early hours of January 31st. According to these reports, Nick and Bobbi Kristina fought that evening for some 15 minutes, before it ended abruptly. Still, no criminal charges have been levied, meaning investigators are likely receiving conflicting witness accounts.