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Nick Gordon begging to attend Bobbi Kristina’s funeral

Photo Credit: Bobbi Kristina's Instagram (@realbkristinahg)

Photo credit: Bobbi Kristina’s Instagram (@realbkristinahg)

Nick Gordon was already on bad terms with the Brown and Houston families when Bobbi Kristina Brown’s was alive and well and the pair were feuding with her kin. But after Brown fell into a coma after nearly drowning, Gordon was banned from visiting her and later accused of abusing her and stealing money from Brown. Now that Brown has died from her injuries, Gordon has been under extreme scrutiny for his alleged role in her death, but the troubled young star still claims to love Brown and he reportedly has begged Bobby Brown to let him attend her funeral.

According to TMZ, Gordon, who has publicly bashed the elder Brown on several occasions, sent an email to Bobby, asking him if he could attend Brown’s funeral tomorrow.

“I loved Krissi with all my heart and I am destroyed that she is gone and I need to say goodbye,” Gordon wrote.

Gordon also included Pat Houston in the email since she’s coordinating the funeral.

“I’m begging you both to please put your differences aside and allow me this chance,” Gordon wrote.

However, those differences are pretty deep. As previously reported, police are investigating Brown’s death as a homicide and Gordon is a major suspect in the case. Brown’s estate has also filed a $10 million lawsuit against him for allegedly beating Brown and stealing money from her.

However, Gordon claims in the email that “Krissi loved me very much and she would want me there.”

Ironically, Bobby is no stranger to feeling unwelcome at a funeral. For years, he was the one who was wrongly blamed for introducing Houston to drugs when, in fact, it was her own brother who did before she even met Bobby. Still, even after Houston’s death, Bobby was blamed for her downward spiral and at her funeral he left early after getting into a dispute with the Houstons over seating.

We’ll have to see how this plays out, but we doubt that the Browns or the Houstons are going to let Gordon attend Brown’s funeral.