Whitney Houston daughter has NOT been taken off life-support

Whitney Houstons’s daughter, Bobbi Kristina, remains on life support despite reports that her machine had been turned off.

Her father, Bobby Brown insisted his daughter Bobbi Kristina’s life-support machine had not been switched off as her family held a vigil at her bedside.

The 21-year-old daughter of Whitney Houston was found face down in a bath-tub at the Roswell, Georgia townhouse she shared with partner Nick Gordon on Saturday.

Brown, is at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta hospital with friends and relatives. 

He said he was “praying” she would pull through, according to Access Hollywood

He appeared tired and his eyes were red as if he had been crying, the program reported.

Earlier reports had suggested her life support had been turned off yesterday, with a source telling the Daily Mail, “the plug on Bobbi Kristina has been pulled.” However, Bobby has been quick to deny these reports.


Her father Bobby Brown is seen leaving Emory University Hospital in Atlanta on Thursday
Bobby Brown is seen leaving Emory University Hospital in Atlanta


In a statement, he said: “If we issued a statement every time the media published a false report regarding this matter, that’s all we would be doing 24 hours a day. 

“This is false, just as is the vast majority of the other reporting that is currently taking place.”

Bobbi’s ‘devastated’ grandmother, gospel singer Cissy Houston, mother of Whitney, was also seen arriving at the hospital, according to Radar Online, having flown in from her New Jersey home.

“Cissy was so traumatized losing Whitney and the pain is still raw from that,” a source told the website.

“Watching Krissy in the hospital and in the coma is almost more than she can handle. This is almost too much sadness for her to bear.”