Bobbi Kristina Brown is under investigation.
The daughter of late pop singer Whitney Houston, has reportedly been caught gambling illegally at the MGM hotel in Las Vegas.
According to reports, the 19-year-old, was spotted playing the slot machines with her boyfriend Nick Gordon.
Bobbi is 2 years shy of the legal gambling age of 21.
We hope things work out for Bobbi, she does not need added stress in her life!
Whitney Houston’s voice may always live on through her music, but the late-singers daughter Bobbi Kristina says she doesn’t have to play a song to hear her mother speak.
Bobbi Kristina tells Oprah that she hears Whitney talk to her in spirit.
Whitney’s daughter says after her mother was found dead in the bathtub of The Beverly Hilton hotel on Feb. 11, she could not bring herself to return and stay in their Atlanta home.
Until Bobbi Kristina heard her mother say “All right, come home now…” And when she returned, she said she felt humble and okay.
Since Whitney’s death, the 19-year-old says she can always feel her mother with her, and plans on carrying on her legacy through singing, acting and dancing.
Whitney Houston’s last will has been released, and it has revealed that the singer’s entire estate will go to her daughter Bobbi Kristina.
Whitney signed the will in 1993, just one month before the superstar gave birth to Bobbi.
According to reports Whitney’s will doesn’t mention specific assets, but it leaves everything from cars to clothing to her daughter.
It has also been alleged that Houston’s money will be put in a trust, which Bobbi will have access to in stages, starting at the age of 21.
It was a sad day when the pop diva passed away earlier this year, however we find comfort in knowing that Bobbi Kristina is being taken care of.
As the world mourns, a mound of flowers lay on top of pop legend Whitney Houston’s final resting place.
The iconic pop singer was laid to rest, right next to her father John Russell Houston Jr., in a private ceremony at the Fairview Cemetery in Westfield, New Jersey.
Her body was brought to the cemetery in a golden hearse, media and fans gathered outside of the funeral home with some reportedly shouting ‘we love you Whitney’, as the hearse slowly passed.
This was quite different from Whitney’s much larger star-studded funeral service, which celebrated the diva’s all-too-short life.
The 48-year-old singer, whose voice captivated and uplifted millions, died February 11th at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Whitney Houston’s funeral in Newark, New Jersey may be a private affair for family and friends, but it’s clear that the media will be capturing as much of it as they can.
Here are the masses of news vans camped outside of The New Hope Baptist church in Newark.
The news crews join crowds of fans and mourners who have also gathered around the outskirts of the church to pay their respects to the beloved singer they recently lost.
The body of late singer Whitney Houston has arrived in a hearse to a funeral home in New Jersey.
Earlier in the day Whitney’s body flew out of Los Angeles.
What killed Houston is still a mystery with widespread media speculation rampant.
An autopsy to determine her cause of death was recently completed, but results were placed on security hold, pending toxicology and further testing.
In the meantime funeral arrangements for the late diva are said to be underway, with expectations that it will be held at the Prudential Center, an 18,000-seat arena in Newark, New Jersey.
Legendary musician Paul McCartney and new wife Nancy
Shevell held hands, after paying tribute to the late great diva Whitney
Paul placed yellow roses by a makeshift memorial at the
Beverly Hilton Hotel, the place where Whitney took her final breathe.
According to reports, at the memorial Paul shook hands
with fans, and talked about his love of Houston’s music.
One fan reportedly praised Sir Paul for his recent Grammy
Performance, however Paul brushed off the praise, stating that this was about Whitney
Sir Paul McCartney is certainly one standup guy; it is
nice to see him take time out of his schedule to pay respect to one of the
greatest singers of our time.