Georgia – A court from the Fulton County unsealed the results of the autopsy conducted on the body of Bobbi Kristina Brown this Wednesday. However, Fulton County Medical Examiner tasked with safeguarding the autopsy report, posted on its website that they had not received a signed authorization from the court.
The post reads that even if they receive the authorization, they still don’t know what information they are allowed to share. They plan to reveal the information on March 4 if they receive the signed approval.
Bobbi Kristina Brown was the daughter of Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston, also, she was the sole heir of her mother’s estate after she died. In late January 2015, the 22-year-old girl was found unconscious in her by her husband, Nick Gordon and a friend. Then, she was taken to North Fulton Hospital where she was admitted.
Doctors said that her brain function was heavily diminished and put her into a medically-induced coma. In spite of this, the family was told that full recovery was unlikely.
A police spokeswoman stated that there was no evidence of drug or alcohol use and this is where the conspiracy theories started to emerge. Whitney Houston was found drown in a similar way in 2012; drugs, alcohol and heart insufficiency were reported as the cause of dead. The eerie similarities and the fact that the results
Similarities with her mom’s death
Whitney Houston was found drown in a similar way in 2012; drugs, alcohol and heart insufficiency were reported as the cause of dead. The eerie similarities and the fact that the results of the autopsy were kept from the public further fed the public’s curiosity.
Paul Howard is the attorney chosen by the district. He wants to keep the information secret with the premise of protecting the investigation of Bobbi Brown’s cause of death. After the order of unsealing was issued he released a statement. He said the investigation is still outgoing and asked the media to handle the information with respect and discretion.
“It is our feeling that those valid reasons still exist; however, as citizens and officers of the court we must, nevertheless, follow the orders and instructions of the court,” Howard’s statement said. “We would hope that news agencies and the media receiving the report would do so with the discretion and dignity a family who has lost a loved one deserves.
Authorities have known the results of the autopsy since September 2015, but Paul Howard managed to get a sealing order by Judge Henry Newkirk. Since then, different TV companies have demanded the court to release the information.
The request was based on the First Amendment, but county authorities answered that some public records can be sealed if they are related to an ongoing investigation.
Source: USA Today