Nick Gordon and Bobbi Kristina didn’t have a fairy-tale romance, especially since their romance was marred by the death of Whitney Houston and rumors that Houston had adopted Gordon before her death. Making matters worse was the couple’s issues with alcohol and drug use and Gordon’s volatile relationship with the Houston and Brown families. But despite their drama, the young couple remained adamant about staying together, claiming they were each other’s last standing rock after the death of Houston. Tragically, both of their worlds crumbled when Bobbi Kristina was found unconscious in a bathtub of water last year and died after six months of being in a coma. Since then, Gordon has been accused of being responsible for her death and he’s tried to keep himself out of the limelight and away from prying eyes and questions. But now Gordon is finally ready to talk about it it all as reports have revealed that he’ll give his first interview since Bobbi Kristina’s death last year.
According to media reports, Gordon will make his TV return with an exclusive interview on the “Dr. Phil” show later this month. A preview clip of the interview was released this week, showing Dr. Phil asking Gordon some hard-hitting questions, such as “Tell me what happened the night Krissi went into a coma” and “Did you murder Bobbi Kristina Brown?”
Although the clip doesn’t show any of Gordon’s answers, viewers do see Gordon crying throughout the interview as he discusses Bobbi Kristina’s death.
As fans know, the last time we saw Gordon on TV was also on “Dr. Phil,” and at the time, Gordon was deeply addicted to alcohol and knocking on death’s door as he struggled with Bobbi’s comatose state and beef with the Brown and Houston families that kept him barred from seeing Bobbi Kristina in the hospital.
Dr. Phil convinced Gordon to go to a rehab center, but in the outside world Gordon’s life continued to fall apart as Bobbi Kristina eventually passed away from her injuries and the Brown’s estate filed a $40 million lawsuit against Gordon, claiming that he stole money from her and gave her a “toxic cocktail rendering her unconscious” before he allegedly “put her face down in a tub of cold water causing her to suffer brain damage.”
Earlier this year, an autopsy revealed that Bobbi Kristina died from a multitude of causes, including lobar pneumonia due to “Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy, delayed effects” and “Immersion of face in water complicating mixed drug intoxication.”
The autopsy report also claimed that she clearly didn’t die of natural causes, but it’s unclear if she died accidentally or via intentional forces.
Although Gordon’s lawyers asked the DA in the case to finally label Bobbi Kristina’s death an accident, the case against Gordon has yet to be settled.
We’re not sure how much new information fans will learn when the interview airs on April 28, but we’re sure millions will tune in to see just what Gordon has to say.