It appears Bobbi Kristina Brown's recovery may have faced a setback this week.
After E! News learned that the Brown family was in the process of taking Whitney Houston's daughter out of a medically induced coma, multiple reports say Bobbi Kristina started having seizures as soon as doctors tried taking her off various medications.
As a result, doctors were forced to put the 21-year-old back on the drugs.
Bobbi has been in a medically induced coma for almost a month. She was first hospitalized on Jan. 31 after being found face down and unconscious in a bathtub at her Georgia home.
As Bobby Brown continues to ask for prayers, Nick Gordon is voicing his anger after not being completely allowed to visit Bobbi's bedside.
"My heart is full of angry after the Browns have shut me out," he tweeted Wednesday evening. "They don't even know her. Sabotage."
He added, "I miss her so much. I seem so weak right now. You all have been so supportive! Thank you for everything." Bobby's attorney recently said "there is no reason for any additional discussion with" Gordon.
While he continues to clash with the Brown family, Gordon also filed a temporary restraining order on Monday against the Roswell Police Department. According to documents obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Gordon hoped to prevent authorities from carrying out a search warrant for footage captured on a Nest Labs web-based security camera.
On Wednesday afternoon, however, Gordon had a change of heart.
"Mr. Gordon has since elected to dismiss the claim in an effort to help Roswell PD speed up their investigation," his lawyer said in a statement to E! News. "There will be no further comment."