A North Carolina woman was arrested for impersonating a nurse at the Georgia hospice facility where Bobbi Kristina Brown was a patient during her final days.
Cops issued an arrest warrant for Taiwo Sobamowo after they found out she allegedly used the ID of an actual nurse with a similar name. It isn't clear if the nurse Sobamowo impersonated also worked at the hospice facility.
Police arrested Sobamowo in Raleigh, North Carolina on Monday, Nov. 2, and charged her with ID theft, forgery and impersonating a nurse.
Brown died in July, six months after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub after overdosing on prescription drugs in January.
After being diagnosed brain dead, Brown was transferred to Peachtree Christian Hospice in Duluth, GA, just north of Atlanta.
According to Splash News, Sobamowo faked her way into the hospice facility to get closer to Brown, who was the only daughter of singers Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown. It is not known if Sobamowo had direct contact with the ailing 22-year-old aspiring singer. Brown's death is still being investigated to determine whether manslaughter charges will be filed against her former boyfriend.