Bobby Brown wants Nick Gordon is being persecuted
Bobby Brown will not rest until Nick Gordon prosecuted for the death of his daughter Bobbi Kristina. That, says the singer, according to The Huffington Post in an interview with tv-pastor T. D. Jakes that Wednesday’s broadcast.
“I think I’m the only then can exit.”
Brown and other family members of his daughter complained Gordon after the death of ‘Krissy’ in the summer of 2015. The allegation was that Gordon and his daughter after a quarrel in a bath and put her drugs. The then 21-year-old daughter of Brown and Whitney Houston hit then out west, and until her death half a year later, no longer in consciousness.
Gordon came up once or twice not show up to defend himself, which makes the allegations of the family were automatically assumed, and the friend of Bobbi official is held responsible for her death.
The verdict in the civil lawsuit has not yet led to criminal prosecution. “I know that my daughter things have happened, but it is now the turn of the public prosecutor,” said Brown in the interview.
The father of Bobbi, whose death sad similarities to that of her mother three years previously, tells have more to be gotten through the judgment. “Know that he is legally responsible, has brought me the calm to now have to wait on it.”