Some of Bobbi Kristina Brown's family banned from hospice after photo leak

Bobbi Kristina Brown’s bedside was once a place for unrelenting family support, but now that trust has been compromised and only her closest relatives will be able to visit the 22-year-old. Bobbi Kristina has been in an unresponsive state for more than five months.

“The hospice, based on their decision with the fiduciary, has decided that only the guardians and the caregivers are allowed,” a source told People.

The decision means that Bobbi Kristina’s father Bobby Brown and co-guardian Pat Houston are allowed to visit her along with her grandmother Cissy Houston, but other family members can’t.

CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Extended family members have been banned from visiting Bobbi Kristina

The news comes after photos of Bobbi Kristina at her Georgia hospice were being offered around to various media outlet for more than $100,000. TMZ were reportedly told that the photos had been taken by an “extended family member”.

Bobbi Kristina’s aunt Leolah Brown took to Facebook to express her anger after hearing of the photo leak on Friday and promised to do whatever it takes to ensure she found out who was responsible.

“You took that picture thinking you gon get some money for it…and that’s gon be it!… guess what!????!!!! I will myself if no one else does – see to it that – YOU be revealed!!!!” Leolah wrote.

Bobbi Kristina’s aunt and co-guardian Pat Houston is still allowed to visit

The family have faced fresh heartache in recent weeks after the decision was made that Bobbi Kristina should be moved to hospice care.

“Despite the great medical attention at numerous facilities, [her] condition has continued to deteriorate,” Pat Houston said in a statement in June. “ As of today, she has been moved into hospice care. We thank everyone for their support and prayers. She is in God’s hands now.”

Bobbi Kristina was hospitalised on 31 January after being discovered in an unresponsive state in a bathtub at her home in Atlanta, Georgia. The incident happened almost three years to the day after her mother Whitney Houston was found dead in a bathtub in an LA hotel.

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