CNN reports that Bobbi Kristina Brown was moved to Emory Hospital from North Fulton Hospital in Roswell, GA., on Tuesday.
Bobby, daughter of singers Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, was discovered face down in a tub full of water at her Roswell home on Saturday by her boyfriend Nick Gordon and a friend, Maxwell Lomas.
A source told Sandrarose.com that Bobbi, 21, was not breathing and had no heart rate when emergency personnel arrived at her townhouse. A police report described Bobbi's condition as "drowned" and in cardiac arrest (no heartbeat).
Emergency personnel restarted Bobbi's heart and transported her to North Fulton Hospital, where she was on life support and brain dead.
"Bobbi Kristina is fighting for her life and is surrounded by immediate family. As her father already stated, we are asking you to honor our request for privacy during this difficult time," the Houston family said in a press release.
According to media reports, Gordon was forcibly removed from Bobbi's bedside at North Fulton hospital on Saturday. A source told Sandrarose.com that Bobbi's aunt, Pat Houston, notified police of a previously filed restraining order against Gordon, and police removed him from the hospital. The source said the family was "adamant" about making sure the restraining order was enforced.
The family is reportedly "afraid" of Gordon and the criminal element that constantly surrounds him.
A source said Bobbi convinced Whitney to allow her boyfriend, Nick, to move into their home after the troubled teen was booted out of his home years ago. The friend confirmed that Whitney -- who was high or drunk half of the time -- knew the teens were having sex in her home.
EDIT: A loyal reader on Twitter.com asked why they moved Bobbi to Emory if she's not going to improve.
In many cases, when doctors tell family members that a loved one is brain dead, the families refuse to accept the prognosis. In the case of a wealthy family, they have other options such as moving the patient to another facility.
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