After being in the hospital for over two weeks with minimal brain activity, the Brown and Houston family have decided to take Bobbi Kristina Brown off of life support tomorrow, Feb. 11th. Brown's grandmother, Cissy Houston, wants it to happen tomorrow because it's the third anniversary of Whitney Houston's death.
A source close to the families told the New York Post that Mrs. Houston feels that letting Brown go on Feb. 11th will "keep the mother and daughter together for eternity."
“This is the only thing they can agree on — that she’s gone [brain-dead], and there’s nothing more than can be done for her,” the source said.
Filmmaker Tyler Perry is reportedly paying for the funeral arrangements and has visited Atlanta's Emory Hospital to be with the families during this difficult time.
“You wouldn’t think of him as being someone who’d be a peacemaker, but he’s someone both sides really respect,” the Brown family source told the Post.
The 21-year-old was found on Jan. 30th in her Atlanta home face-down in her bathtub. Brown was on a ventilator and doctors told her father that her brain activity was alarmingly low but he wanted to keep her on life support as he "prayed for a miracle." He even released statements denying that Bobbi Kristina was brain dead while sources close to the family and in the hospital told the media otherwise.
Nick Gordon, who was proven to not be Brown's husband, is currently being investigated due to bruises being found on Brown's body and face. Authorities are investigating to see if there was any foul play.