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Thursday, 30 July 2015
#BobbiKristina: Prosecutors Set To Charge Nick Gordon With Involuntary Manslaughter
Prosecutors reportedly want to charge Nick Gordon with involuntary manslaughter in the death of Bobbi Kristina Brown. After six months of fighting for her life, Bobbi Kristina died on July 26 surrounded by family at Peachtree Christian Hospice in Duluth, Georgia. She was 22.
While Bobbi Kristina’s preliminary autopsy results showed no signs of foul play, there are reports that Nick may have tried to secure drugs for Bobbi Kristina on the day she was found unresponsive in her home’s bathtub. At least that is what authorities hope to prove in order to slap Nick with an involuntary manslaughter charge.
The autopsy is not helping authorities make their case — it showed no obvious signs of foul play and the toxicology reports will only determine if she was under the influence and not who supplied the drugs.
The key for prosecutors is the third person in Bobbi Kristina’s home that day — Max Lomas, who’s currently being prosecuted in Georgia for 2 drug-related felonies, not connected to Bobbi Kristina.
Lomas’ case has lingered for nearly 6 months, and one source familiar with the case tells us, authorities are interested in offering Lomas a deal — probation on the drug charges and immunity in the Bobbi Kristina case in return for spilling all the details of what happened in her house.
We’re told prosecutors believe Nick had reason to know Bobbi Kristina had a drug problem and also knew she would indulge to the point of losing consciousness, yet he helped her get and use drugs and then left her in harm’s way.
Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with Bobbi Kristina’s family and friends.