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Bobbi Kristina’s Death Gets Weirder After Latest Accusations Against Nick Gordon

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Poor Bobbi Kristina Brown. I really don’t know what else to say. It just keeps getting sadder and sadder (and stranger and stranger). Brown died at 22 and so far, all signs point to boyfriend Nick Gordon being the one to blame. About two months ago, a lawsuit was filed against him for her death, which accused him of giving her a “toxic cocktail” that proved deadly. What did that mean, exactly? Well, we’re finding out. A new document reveals that Gordon is being accused of “injecting” Bobbi Kristina with a “toxic mixture.” WTF? This is getting weirder and weirder. This is like a B-plot out of an episode of House or something. It’s just too bizarre.

From New York Daily News:

Bobbi Kristina Brown’s longtime boyfriend Nick Gordon is accused of having “injected” the reality TV star with a poisonous cocktail prior to her coma and eventual death, according to a report.

Attorneys for Brown’s estate allege that Gordon and Brown engaged in “a violent altercation,” after which Gordon “injected her with a toxic mixture” and left her unconscious in a bathtub full of cold water, according to court documents obtained Thursday by WSB-TV in Atlanta.

Brown’s camp had previously accused Gordon in a wrongful death lawsuit of knocking out the 22-year-old daughter of Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston with a “toxic cocktail” — but these recently obtained documents contain the first mention of an injection.

I guess I’m picturing him sneakily injecting a needle into her arm filled with poison, dropping her into a bathtub, and slinking away. Is what happened? Do people really do that? Did he murder her? I have so many questions. Whatever happened, exactly, it’s still an awful way to die. Why aren’t people more freaked out about this? A legendary singer dies, then her daughter dies, and her daughter’s boyfriend is the one who killed her? This is so bizarre and yet I don’t really hear anyone talking about this case. I wonder why.

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