There have been concerns about Bobbi Kristina Brown after a white tent was put up outside the Peachtree Christian Hospice where she currently is. Fans feared that the 22-year-old has passed away when the white tent was erected at 5pm (local time) on Wednesday.
However, while receptionists at the hospice declined to comment on Bobbi Kristina’s condition, they did tell RadarOnline that ‘there had beenno’ deaths that day.
Major Don Woodruff from Duluth Police commented that the local police had not been informed of any “major occurences” at the hospice.
Major Don added that her family had, allegedly, hired state troopers to give her room more security, and that the hospice itself had hired private security around the building to make it extra secure.
The move comes after recent reports claimed a photo of Bobbi laying in her hospice bed was being offered for sale.
The Brown/Houston family have reportedly been banned from seeing her in the hospice (apart from dad Bobby) after it was alleged that one of them may have taken the photo.
Bobby Brown’s sister Leolah has denied allegations that the family were in any way involved.
It was also recently reported that Bobbi is being sued by a motorist over an alleged car accident that happened just three days before she was found unconscious in a bathtub.
Russell Eckerman from Georgia claims he was severly injured in the head-on crash, which happened in January, and is reportedly seeking over $730,000 worth of damages.
The New York Daily News reports that the lawsuit, filed through her guardians, claims that Bobbi was speeding and tailgating a car on January 27, before she lost control of her Liberty Jeep when she blew her right rear tire.
In further papers obtained by CBS News, Russell is reported to have suffered multiple spinal, skull and facial fractures, had to undergo extensive surgeries following the accident, and had to be placed in a medically-induced coma.
Russell is also suing the Ford Motor Company, claiming that his seatbelt was defective and that his airbag didn’t deploy properly.