As more rumors circulated Tuesday, Bobbi Kristina Brown’s grieving family slammed “false reports” about her condition and their plans in a statement released by a lawyer for the Brown family.
The statement came from Christopher Brown, the Boston music lawyer who represents Bobbi Kristina’s father, Bobby Brown.
It suggested that widespread reports the family planned to turn off the ventilator keeping Bobbi Kristina alive on Wednesday, the third anniversary of her mother Whitney Houston’s death, are untrue.
The tabloid New York Post, for example, headlined its story, “Family to let Bobbi Kristina die on same day as Whitney,” and featured details such as family friend Tyler Perry helping to make funeral arrangements.
But Christopher Brown’s statement didn’t specifically refer to those reports, instead mounting a sharp criticism of modern media reporting of sensational celebrity stories and calling out specific publications.
Source: USA Today | Maria Puente