Nick Gordon Shares Photo of Bobbi Kristina Brown One Year After She Was Found Unconscious

Bobbi Kristina & Nick Gordon
Nick Gordon and Bobbi Kristina Brown on October 22, 2012. Shareif Ziyadat/FilmMagic

Gone but not forgotten. Nick Gordon shared a sweet snapshot of his late girlfriend, Bobbi Kristina Brown, via Twitter almost one year since she was discovered unconscious at her Georgia home.

Gordon, 25, who has since made his Twitter account private, shared a poignant selfie of the two on Monday, January 25. In it, the daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown smiles contentedly as she leans on his shoulder.

In another photo, which Gordon shared on January 17, Brown looks happy in no makeup and workout gear with her earphones in.

“Baby girl,” Gordon captioned the picture.

Bobbi Kristina
Courtesy of Nick Gordon

And on January 2, Gordon rang in the new year with a shot of himself lifting Brown up while she wrapped her arms around him. In the image, the pair wear matching sunglasses and share a kiss.

A lot has happened in the year since Brown was first found unconscious in her bathtub at home on January 31. The troubled starlet fell into a deep coma, and finally died several months later in July at the age of 22.

Bobbi Kristina & Nick Gordon
Courtesy of Nick Gordon

Gordon was later accused of involvement in Brown’s death — specifically, of giving her a “toxic cocktail” that allegedly rendered Brown unconscious the night she was found in her bathtub.

Gordon is contesting the $10 million wrongful death lawsuit filed by Brown's conservator last year and his attorney called the case “slanderous and meritless.” 

Nick Gordon & Bobbi Kristina
Courtesy of Nick Gordon

The lawsuit is still pending, and Brown’s cause of death remains unknown. In September, the medical examiner’s office announced that the cause of death had been placed under seal based on orders from the Fulton County Superior Court.

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