Bobbi Kristina Brown is living out her last days in a hospice facility outside of Atlanta. Meanwhile her family members are preparing for the inevitable. One of those preparations includes the cleaning out of Bobbi Kristina's Roswell, Georgia condo--where she was discovered unconscious in her bathtub back on January 31.
Pat Houston, Bobbi Kristina's aunt and the late Whitney Houston's sister-in-law--recently performed the painful task of going through Bobbi Kristina's belongings and throwing many of them out. She saved, of course, Whitney Houston's platinum and gold albums, as well as a few mementoes. Pat Houston has been at Bobbi Kristina's side almost constantly since late January, and even sleeps in her room at the hospice most nights.
It is uncertain if the condo where Bobbi Kristina Brown and Nick Gordon lived is something Bobbi Kristina inherited when Whitney Houston died, or if this is a place the two rented together. Either way, it has reportedly been cleaned out for whatever the next step--selling or leasing it--may be.
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Nick Gordon is living in Florida with his mother, and was served with a $10 million civil lawsuit recently, alleging he physically abused Bobbi Kristina in the days before she was discovered unconscious. In addition to the physical abuse, Nick Gordon also reportedly withdrew money from her bank account without permission.
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If Pat Houston was allowed inside Bobbi Kristina's condo to clean it out, then the area is no longer considered part of the investigation into Nick Gordon and whatever happened to Bobbi Kristina that led to her present status. An investigation is said to be ongoing, however.
Watching and waiting for the moment a loved one draws their last breath has got to be excruciating. Pat Houston likely took solace in cleaning out Bobbi Kristina Brown's condo. It not only gave her a meaningful task to complete, but provided her with a concrete way she could help Bobbi Kristina.