Bobbi Kristina Brown's aunt Leolah Brown says she is ''doing well right'' and showing signs that ''she will be okay'' despite still being on life support.
Bobbi Kristina Brown's aunt insists she is ''doing well right now.''
The 21-year-old aspiring actress, who was placed on life support after being found unresponsive in her bathtub on January 31, has started showing signs that ''she will be okay,'' according to Leolah Brown.
She said: ''I'm very hopeful everything will be okay with Krissi. There are so many signs showing us she will be okay in spite of what people are saying. Krissi is fine, as I sit here before you today.''
Asked if the doctors have told the family that she is improving, Leolah told Fox 5 Atlanta on Tuesday (10.02.15): ''Yes. She's still on life support. We know that she's opening her eyes, that's true. She's opening her eyes and there's a few more things that she is doing. But Krissi is doing well right now, she is.''
Police are investigating the incident because Bobbi Kristina, who is the daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston, reportedly sustained suspicious marks on her face before she was found at her home in Atlanta, Georgia, and Leolah insists she would never hurt herself.
She said: ''Krissi would never do anything to herself. She loved life too much. She had too much going on. She had too much ahead of her.''
Meanwhile, some of Bobbi Kristina's other relatives paid tribute to Whitney on the third anniversary of her death today (11.02.15).
Her aunt Tina Brown shared several images of the singer on Facebook, with the caption: ''I miss you MY sister...rip nip....I miss you sis,...like crazy!!!!!!-...rip my sister... (sic)''
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