The amended lawsuit accuses Gordon for causing injuries to Bobbi Kristina Brown. The injuries eventually killed her
An amended lawsuit has been filed against Bobbi Kristina Brown’s boyfriend Nick Gordon on Friday, claiming Gordon is responsible for the injuries that led Brown to her death.
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The wrongful death lawsuit was filed by Brown’s conservator. It accuses Nick Gordon for giving a toxic cocktail to Brown, then putting her face down in the tub of cold water. The wicked act resulted in damaging her brain.
The original lawsuit was filed on June 24. It blames Gordon for assault, emotional distress and stealing thousands of dollars from Brown.
The amendment provides new details about the argument. The argument took place on January 31 after which Brown was taken to the hospital. She remained in medically induced come for five months. In late June, Brown was placed into hospice care where she died on July 27.
According to the new filing, Gordon “lunged onto Bobbie Kristina while she sat on living room couch, hitting her so hard in the face that the couch broke, knocking her to the floor and continued to beat her in the face until she was bloody. Afterwards, he began kicking Bobbi Kristina in the side to the point she was on the floor screaming and curled up in the fatal position.”
Gordon was one of the two people who found Brown unconscious in her home in Atlanta suburb. He called the police after which Brown was hospitalized. Gordon was never charged in relation to Brown’s death. His legal team called those allegations “baseless.”
“Nick has been heartbroken and destroyed over the loss of his love and it’s shameful that such baseless allegations have been presented publicly.”
The actual cause of Brown’ death has not been revealed yet. According to her autopsy there is obvious underlying cause of death and no significant injures were observed on her body. Brown was buried next to her mother Whitney Houston in New Jersey.
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Gordon was not allowed to see Brown neither in hospital nor in hospice care. He did not attend her funeral as well.