With famous parents Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, it's no surprise that Bobbi Kristina Brown has spent most of her life in the spotlight.
At just 2-years-old, the music legend cradled her young daughter onstage at the 1994 American Music Awards—just the beginning of years of media scrutiny characterized by her parents' scandalous private lives.
In 2009, mother and daughter took the stage again for a performance of "My Love is Your Love" on Good Morning America. Just three years later, Houston was found dead in hotel bathtub from what was later ruled as accidental drowning from the effects of heart disease and cocaine use, leaving a then 19-year-old Bobbi the sole beneficiary of her mother's $20 million estate.
Later that year Brown announced her engagement to Nick Gordon, who originally came to live with the Houston's when he was 12-years-old. The couple has faced backlash from family members who say their relationship was incestuous.
On Jan. 31, 2015, Gordon found Brown face down in a bathtub in her Georgia home. The young star has remained in a medically induced coma and was moved to hospice care in June 2015. Bobbi's aunt Pat Houston told E! News, "Despite the great medical care at numerous facilities, Bobbi Kristina Brown's condition has continued to deteriorate."
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