Bobbi Kristina Brown is still unresponsive and remains in a coma, according to a source for People magazine. This revelation comes in the wake of claims by both Bobbi Kristina’s aunt and father, Bobby Brown, that his is “awake.”
On Sunday, Bobbi Kristina Brown’s aunt, Tina Brown, reportedly wrote on Facebook that the 22-year-old “woke up and is no longer on life support.” The post was later deleted.
However, according to “an individual close to the family, she remains in an unresponsive state,” reports People.
“Bobbi Kristina’s condition has not changed since she was admitted to [the] hospital,” the source told the magazine Monday.
On Saturday, Bobbi Kristina Brown’s father, Bobby Brown, 46, also told concert-goers that she was awake, according to Page Six.
Bobby Brown told a crowd at a concert on Saturday that Bobbi Kristina Brown is "awake" http://t.co/gyrmN8Ja7h pic.twitter.com/bEq7DZSJZ2
— People magazine (@people) April 19, 2015
“Bobbi is awake,” Bobby Brown said during a concert in Dallas. “She’s watching me.”
People also confirms that a source told them that nothing had changed for Bobbi Kristina, who is the daughter of the late Whitney Houston, just hours before Tina Brown’s Facebook post appeared.
Bobbi Kristina Brown has been unresponsive since she was found facedown in a bathtub of her Georgia home on Jan. 31 and little has changed, despite a move from Emory University hospital to a rehabilitation facility in Atlanta.
Bobbi Kristina Brown still on life support despite Bobby Brown’s claim she's "awake": source http://t.co/LFx6sjqvof pic.twitter.com/FR4jOB66Fo
— NY Daily News Gossip (@NYDNgossip) April 20, 2015
An attempt to bring Bobbi Kristina Brown out a her medically induced coma ended with violent seizure and she was returned to a coma-state.
Bobby Brown says Bobbi Kristina is off life support http://t.co/RLjt4LRD16 pic.twitter.com/GteTFZ6kqL
— Global Grind (@GlobalGrind) April 20, 2015
In recent weeks, Bobbi Kristina’s grandmother acknowledged that her condition had not improved much.
“She’s the same. [We’ve] moved her now to a place for rehabilitation,” Cissy Houston said in a radio interview with WBLS 107.5 at the time. “You know, still not a great deal of hope.”