Tomorrow, Feb. 11, marks the third anniversary of Whitney Houston’s death, and according to a new report, it’s also the day her family has decided to take Bobbi Kristina off life support, 'Page Six' reports.
According to the outlet, sources close to the family reveal Whitney’s mom, Cissy, wants Bobbi Kristina to die on the same day as her mother to “bond mother and daughter for eternity.”
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The family purportedly plans on cutting off life support “at the stroke of midnight” in an attempt to align the date of her passing with her mother’s.
'TMZ' reports the 21-year-old’s father, Bobby Brown, has allegedly made the decision to pull the plug on the machines keeping his daughter alive.
However, there are conflicting reports at the moment, as 'Us Weekly' claims the family has not made any decisions to withdraw life support on tomorrow's sad anniversary.
The debated plans come just hours after her family gathered at the Riverdale Town Center Amphitheatre in Georgia on Monday, Feb. 9 for a candlelight vigil to send love and prayers for Whitney’s only daughter.
Friends and fans gather at a candlelight vigil held in Bobbi Kristina’s honor. (Photo Credit: Getty Images).
As ‘In Touch Weekly’ previously reported, police have decided to launch a criminal investigation into the circumstances that led to the 21-year-old’s hospitalization as she allegedly had facial injuries when she was discovered submerged in a bathtub in her Atlanta-area home on Jan. 31.