Leolah Brown has become synonymous with inflammatory, controversial statements. And in her latest interview, she said that a woman recently claimed that she’s the child of Whitney Houston who then gave the child away in an adoption.
“Yes, there is a woman out there who claims she is Whitney Houston’s daughter. I am going to try and help her as much as I can because if this is true, I want to help her,” Brown said.
Brown also broached the topic of Nick Gordon, the family outcast who is accused of being directly involved in the death of Bobbi Kris, who was found face down in a bathtup full of water on Jan. 31, 2015 in their suburban Atlanta townhome. After valiant efforts to save her life, Bobbi Kristina died six months later.
The autopsy revealed that Bobbi died from a multitude of causes, including lobar pneumonia due to “Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy, delayed effects” and “Immersion of face in water complicating mixed drug intoxication,” according to “Inside Edition.”
However, Brown claims that Bobbi died from forced starvation.
“Somebody wanted her dead. I want the world to know that Bobbi Kristina did not die from the bathtub incident. That’s not what killed Bobbi Kristina. Bobbi Kristina was starved to death,” Brown said.
Brown blames Gordon because the autopsy report also said Brown was missing two teeth at the time of her death and weighed only 93 lbs.
“Nick dragged her up the stairs beating her, okay? This is a young man who swears to God that he loves my niece. But yet you drag her up the stairs by her hair and punched her in the face and you knock two of her teeth out of her mouth?” Brown said.
“Nick Gordon is a monster. He is a monster. If he can do that to Krissy, somebody that did nothing but love him, he is evil,” Brown added.
Time will only tell if Gordon, who has done a second round of interviews with Dr. Phil, will be held liable in Bobbi Kristina’s death. Meanwhile, it remains to be seen what, if anything, comes of the claims that Whitney Houston has a secret daughter.