Bobbi Kristina Brown’s boyfriend Nick Gordon is reportedly in a state of turmoil. His stepfather Jack Walker Jr. who never married Nick’s mother, recently sat for an interview with Access Hollywood and revealed details about his son’s emotional state. According to Jack, Nick is reportedly “out of control” and “hurt.”
“[Him] not wanting to go forward because he's hurt so bad… It's hard for him each day. He doesn't know if he can make it another day, said Jack to Access Hollywood. He also added that he “fears for his son life.” Nick is reportedly unable to come to terms with Bobbi’s condition and according to Jack if Bobbi “does not survive” then it might have an adverse effect on Nick.
Bobbi was hospitalised after she was found floating in the bathtub on Jan.31, 2105 in her Georgia home. She has been kept on medically induced coma. Evidence of drug and alcohol has not been reportedly found in Bobbi’s case. It has also been reported that Bobbi’s brain function have been significantly affected and on Feb. 2 she was moved to Emory University Hospital.
Meanwhile, Jack also addressed Bobbi and Nick’s alleged marriage reports. He said he is not 100% sure as he was not present to witness the wedding. However, Bobbi and Nick have reportedly told their family that they are married. Moreover, Nick’s mother also revealed to Dr. Phil on his show that her son blames himself for Bobbi’s condition, reported ABC News. Reportedly, Nick and Bobbi had an argument a few hours before the latter was found facedown in the bathtub. Nick and Bobbi reportedly went drinking with a friend and when they came back in the early hours of the morning, they had an argument.
Post the argument, Nick went to another room and slept off. Bobbi was found in the unconscious state in the bathtub when a cable repair guy came over. Nick has also been deeply affected by Whitney Houston’s death. His mother also revealed that Nick has been in an emotionally deplorable state and has also “tried to kill himself,” according to his mother.
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