The scandal in the Houston-Brown family seems to be far away from ending. In fact, since Bobbi Kristina Brown was transported to the hospital, a series of things were revealed about the famous family. Now, it has been claimed that Pat Houston is actually guilty with killing Whitney and trying to kill Bobbi Kristina.
The accusations against Pat Houston, Bobbi Kristina’s aunt, were formulated by Jerod Brown, in a Facebook message. “Auntie Whitney was murdered not drowned. That’s a fact. Now the whole bathroom plot shows up again w/ Bobbi Kristina’s situation,” the message said. “C’mon are you people that bold to try to perform this act again on my family. And the public believes whatever these people put in their faces, i mean it is convincing if you’re not on the inside,” it added.
Well, Jerod Brown also explained why Pat would try to kill her niece. Bobbi Kristina’s cousin claimed that Whitney’s daugther always has a suspicion about Pat and her aunt started to feel it. Jerod also claimed that soon “evidence will be handed over to assist this investigation.” It is yet to see which is this evidence that Jerod was talking about.
However, a source close to the Houston family claimed that the allegations made by Jarod are actually insane. The same source explained that Jerod is not in connection with the family, adding that the police investigation revealed what happened in Whitney’s case and will also reveal what happened to Bobbi Kristina. The source also said that Jerod has no information about Bobbi Kristina, her condition and the criminal investigation conducted on the case.
Well, this is not the first time when Jerod is trying to expose something about the famous family. He previously said that Nick Gordon filed legal action to be allowed to see his girlfriend, but his lawyer dismissed the claims. Nick Gordon is currently in rehab, as he actually claimed that he needed help to be able to cope with this extremely difficult time. He claimed that he will commit suicide in case his girlfriend’s condition will not improve.