It was just announced yesterday that Bobbi Kristina’s family has decided to move her from a hospital and into hospice care because her condition has worsened. Now the drama involving the ill star has grown as reports reveal that Bobbi’s estate has decided to sue her longtime boyfriend, Nick Gordon.
According to reports, Bobbi’s conservator, Bedelie Hargrove, filed a $10 million lawsuit against Gordon on Wednesday for allegedly abusing Bobbi and stealing her inheritance.
According to the lawsuit, Hargrove alleges that Gordon regularly transferred funds from her account into his own, including $11,000 that he took from her account after she was left in a coma in January. She also alleges that Gordon perpetuated fraud by pretending to be married to Bobbi.
Bobbi’s estate is also accusing Gordon of being abusive toward her during their relationship, saying that on one occasion, Gordon dragged “her upstairs by her hair.” The documents also allege that Gordon punched Bobbi in the face and knocked out one of her front teeth shortly before she was found face down and unresponsive in her bathtub on Jan. 31.
“Today I filed a lawsuit on behalf of Bobbi Kristina Brown. I filed this lawsuit to pursue justice on behalf of Bobbi Kristina Brown. No human being, male or female, should endure what Bobbi Kristina endured,” Hargrove said in a statement. “Pat Houston and Bobby Brown have done all they can to take care of Bobbi Kristina since this terrible tragedy occurred. I have worked closely with both of them and we all want the very best for Bobbi Kristina. This lawsuit represents our collective efforts to get justice for Bobbi Kristina. We pray that justice will be done for her and that it will be swift,” her statement concluded.
Hargrove also claims in the lawsuit that Bobbi confided in someone that she felt Gordon was “not the man she thought he was” and that she had set up a time on Jan. 31 to meet with her confidant. As we all know though, that meeting never took place.
Hargrove is now seeking $10 million in damages from Gordon.