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Family members of Bobbi Kristina Brown, who was recently moved to hospice care after being found unresponsive in her home back in January, have been banned from visiting her at the facility.

This decision comes following a recent scandal regarding the sale of a photo of Bobbi Kristina that was taken inside the facility and offered, for a selling price, to some publications.

At the time, TMZ had the following to say:

The photo was shopped to us … we passed. It was taken earlier this week at the facility outside of Atlanta. A woman is hovering over Bobbi Kristina in the photo … we’re told it’s a family member.

In light of this breach of privacy, Bobbi Kristina’s visitation list was amended.


“The hospice, based on their discussion with the fiduciary, has decided that only the guardians and the caregivers are allowed,” to visit Bobbi Kristina, a source tells PEOPLE. That means “Pat [Houston], Bobby and anybody involved with the guardianship, including Cissy [Houston]” can enter the 22-year-old’s room, but other Brown family members can’t.

Unsurprisingly, the leak has angered Bobbi Kristina’s closest relatives.

Bobbi’s aunt Leolah Brown expressed herself on Facebook following the scandal, saying the following:

“You took that picture thinking you gon get some money for it…and thats gon be it! …guess what!????!!!! I will myself if no one else does-see to it that -YOU be revealed!!!!” Leolah wrote.

PEOPLE also reported that the price ticket for the photos was upwards of $100,000. Meanwhile, Bobbi’s boyfriend Nick Gordon is being investigated in connection with her condition.

We hope to bring you more uplifting news regarding Bobbi Kristina in the near future.


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