According to an Atlanta news outlet, sources say injuries on Bobbi Kristina’s face and mouth are what made police take a closer look at the case.
Relatives returned to the hospital bedside of Whitney Houston’s daughter Monday, as new questions arose about the events that left her on life support.
A source close to the investigation says injuries to Bobbi Kristina’s face and mouth have Roswell police concerned and investigating further.
In related news, the 21-year-old’s family held a vigil in honor of Bobbi tonight. Taking place at the Riverdale Town Center’s Amphitheater, the vigil was open to the public.
ABC News gives a firsthand account:
The “Shining a Light for Healing” vigil began at 7 p.m. at the Amphitheater at Riverdale Town Center in Riverdale, Georgia, just outside of Atlanta, and was open to the public.
People held flashlights but attempts at lighting candles didn’t work because it was too windy. A small stage held Brown family members including her sister Leolah. Bishop Donald Battle began the session, which included gospel songs, prayers, scripture, and a call for healing.
A vocalist who didn’t give his name took the stage and performed “I Need You Now,” Smokie Norful’s soulful song calling for God’s help. The crowd sang along, many raising their hands up in the air in prayer.
“It ain’t over til God says it’s over,” Gwen Battle told the crowd.
Above is a photo of Tina Brown and her son Shayne in attendance.
We will continue to keep you updated as more details surface. In the meantime, Bobbi Kristina and her family are all in our prayers.
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