Tension is building about the ailing Bobbi Kristina Brown, as there have been sightings of a mysterious white tent and a black hearse pulling up behind the tent at the Peachtree Christian Hospice where she currently resides.
A white tent mysteriously popped up outside Bobbi Kristina Brown‘s hospice on July 15. (Photo credit: Splash)
Bobbi Kristina’s family was also spotted gathering around the facility on Thursday, which is making many wonder if the “I Will Always Love You” singer’s daughter is still alive. The family has yet to comment on Bobbi Kristina’s condition at this point, but speculation has been heightened when a second hearse (white, this time) backed into the tent on Thursday.
A second hearse showed up on Thursday, July 16, and was spotted backing into the white tent connected to her hospice. (Photo credit: AKM-GSI)
Sources told Radar Online that the 22-year-old was still alive as of Thursday morning, but no further updates have been given on her condition. (Photo credit: AKM-GSI)
Between the hearse and the secret tent, the family is blocking photographers from getting any shots of who is being transported. (Photo credit: AKM-GSI)
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As Star readers know, Bobbi has had many visitors in the past few weeks, including her father Bobby Brown and her aunt Pat Houston.
Late mother Whitney Houston and Bobbi Kristina Brown in 2011. (Photo credit: AP Photo/Dan Steinberg, File)
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The tent was put up at the back of the Atlanta hospice, but the facility claims “there’s been no” deaths as of Wednesday evening, according to RadarOnline.com. This morning, a hearse was spotted backing into the tent, which has created new suspicions about Bobbi and her worsening condition.
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With this new information, there are fears that the end of Bobbi Kristina’s struggle is coming sooner rather than later.