"There is no Brown family reality show that is in production which chronicles Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina or the medical emergency she presently faces at Emory Hospital," Christopher Brown of Brown & Rosen LLC, legal counsel for Bobby Brown, said in the statement to Us. "These reports are irresponsible and Warner Brothers as the owner of TMZ, should be ashamed to publish such nonsense, particularly one day before Bobbi Kristina’s birthday. Bobbi Kristina and Bobby Brown are dealing with enough right now. The fact that TMZ/Warner Brothers has decided to inject negativity into their lives at this critical time is plain insanity."
"We continue to request privacy in regards to my daughter’s medical condition," added Bobby Brown. "We thank everyone that supports Bobbi Kristina and God is hearing our prayers."
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The show must go on? According to TMZ, certain members of Bobbi Kristina Brown's family are shooting a reality show as she fights for her life at the Emory University Hospital.
The site reports that Bobbi Kristina's father Bobby Brown is not involved in the series, but two of the New Edition rapper's sisters, one brother, and a few nieces and nephews are starring in it.
The planned program will reportedly offer a peek into the Brown family and will include footage from Bobbi Kristina's time in the hospital. The one daughter of Brown and Whitney Houston, 21, has been in an Atlanta hospital for more than a month after she was found unresponsive in her home on Jan. 31.
TMZ claims that there is no footage from inside of the Emory University Hospital, but the family members are shown discussing Bobbi Kristina's medical status. There have been few concrete recent updates on Bobbi Kristina's progress. Last week, CNN reported that the young woman was taken out of her medically induced coma but began to suffer from seizures. As a result, she was once again given more medication.
As Bobbi Kristina's loved ones stand by her side, drama continues to unfold between the friends and family members. Nick Gordon, the boyfriend of the struggling music industry daughter, has been butting heads with family members and took to Twitter to defend himself against allegations that he was in any way involved in Bobbi's health problems. There have also been differing reports from various relatives on the woman's status and public declarations against one another.
Bobbi Kristina and her Houston relatives were on their own reality show following Whitney's untimely death, starring in Lifetime's The Houstons: On Our Own from 2012 to 2013. While there has been no official comment from the Brown family on the reported reality show, one of the women involved, Leolah Brown, hinted at an opportunity to tell her side of the story on Facebook this past weekend.
"I will always speak the truth no matter whom or what," she wrote. "For it is God that 'I' truly fear. Never will I try to make a name for myself to make one appear bad or ugly in others eyes...for my only interest is The Truth and the well being of my niece Bobbi Kriss Period. With that said stay tuned for THE TRUTH coming from MY mouth. For there is much that is serious and needs to be said to help others coming afterwards. My niece Bobbi Kriss is painfully suffering because of the neglect and greed that certain ones who on a daily basis maliciously aimed to simply see her where she is today. I, as her aunt and one who TRULY loves her will not sit back and let the sick, sad madness and injustice continue. With the help of almighty God, I intend to expose THE LIARS who pretend to have her back but are yet THE evil doers! Their days are Over with the fakeness! It's Exposing time!"