Singer Bobby Brown Loses 80 Percent of his Blood During Medical Crisis

bobbybrown6_article1 REPORT – Singer Bobby Brown Loses 80 Percent of his Blood During Medical Crisis

Bobby Brown was recently hospitalized after suffering from serious medical problems.

The 47 year-old singer collapsed at his home and then drove himself to a local hospital. Doctors say that Bobby’s intestines were exploding and there was just over one liter of blood left in his system; which could have resulted in a fatality. He was given a blood transfusion and spend two day in the hospital. Bobby was released on December 21st.

There’s speculation that his medical problems may stem from the stress of losing his ex-wife Whitney Houston and daughter Bobbi Kristina. Bobby recently revealed on “The Dr. Oz Show” that he still mourns the loss of his daughter. Sources say that he’s been a nervous wreck ever since the tragedy. Bobbi Kristina was found face down in a bathtub in her home in January 2015.

Doctors placed her in a medically induced coma after determining that her brain function was “significantly diminished”. She continued to deteriorate while in hospice care until she finally died in July 2015. She was buried next to her mother in Westfield, New Jersey.

Bobby believes that Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend, Nick Gordon, should be placed in prison. He claims that his daughter was afraid of tubs after what happened to her mother, and insists that she would have never gotten into it on her own will. The tub was not filled with water and had a dustpan in the bottom.

Nick was found liable for the death of Bobbi Kristina after failing to appear in court for his civil hearings. Fulton County Superior Court Judge T. Jackson Bedford ordered Nick to pay $36,250,000 in damages in a wrongful death lawsuit.

Nick is currently living a reclusive life in Florida and has yet to pay the family any of the money that he owes.


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