Bobbi Kristina Brown Reportedly Has 'Little Brain Activity'

The 21-year-old daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown is facing a "bleak" outlook according to media outlets.
Bobbi Kristina Brown Reportedly Has 'Little Brain Activity'

The medical status of Whitney Houston's daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, is looking much worse. Here's how one Atlanta station described it:

"Bobbi Brown, Krissy to her family, is in a fight for her life."

That's not what we're hearing from the Houston family, but they're remaining relatively quiet on the 21-year-old's condition. As of Sunday, she was in a medically induced coma at a Georgia hospital. 

Her father, Bobby Brown, released a statement asking for privacy, but giving no update on her condition. 

But media are reporting sad news from anonymous sources. 

People magazine's source says a recovery would be a "miracle," and that Bobbi Kristina has "very little brain activity."

TMZ reported a similar situation — calling the outlook "bleak."

On Saturday, Bobbi Kristina's husband, Nick Gordon, found the 21-year-old unconscious, face-down in a bathtub at their home. She was revived, taken to a hospital and stabilized. (Video via Lifetime / "The Houstons: On Our Own")

Whitney Houston was found unconscious in a hotel bathroom in Los Angeles nearly three years ago — on February 11, 2012.

Local police searched Bobbi Kristina's home, looking for answers.

"We don't know if this was a medical condition, where she had a problem in the tub, or if it was any type of self-initiated or overdose type of situation."

According to WSB-TV in Georgia, police did not find any illegal substances at the home.

On January 26th, Bobbi Kristina Tweeted that she and Gordon missed Houston, with "#Anniversary."

This video includes images from Getty Images. 

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