The photo, which appears on the magazine’s latest issue and online also contains a shocking headline claiming there is “proof” she was murdered, presumably by her half-brother and lover Nick Gordon.
The online article contained few details about the so-called murder evidence. It only rehashes earlier reports about the decision to move Bobbi to a hospice care facility where she reportedly can “pass on peacefully.”
Father Bobby Brown, who was divorced from mom Whitney Houston when she died in 2012, and aunt, Pat Houston, who married Whitney’s brother, Gary Houston, are co-guardians.
They jointly chose to place her in the Peachtree Christian Hospice in Duluth, Ga. Bobbi Kristina arrived at the facility on June 24.
A source told the magazine that Bobbi is dressed in her favorite pajamas and surrounded by photos of her with her mother. The lights are dimmed and scented candles are kept lit, the magazine reported.
“Whitney’s songs, including favorites “Greatest Love of All,” “I Will Always Love You” and “Didn’t We Almost Have It All,” are the background music.
Sadly, Bobbi Kristina is probably starving to death. Hospice care only provides pain management to make the patient comfortable. Food and water are sometimes withheld to speed up a natural death.
The controversial photos involve new drama between the Brown and Houston families.
Bobby Brown’s sister, Leolah Brown, revealed the existence of the photos on Facebook last week. She demanded for everyone who had access to the room to take a lie detector test.
The photos were allegedly taken by a member of Brown’s family, who has been banned from the facility, according to gossip site TMZ.
The photos were reportedly shopped around to various gossip magazines, and The Enquirer appears to have ponied up for them.
When Whitney Houston died in 2012, The Enquirer published a photo of her in her casket as she lay in state. It did the same thing to Elvis Presley in 1977 beginning a long gruesome tradition.
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