She is now leaving the Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia and is being moved to an undisclosed rehabilitation facility.
This new facility is said to be better for long term care.
The twenty two year old, who was found facedown and unresponsive in a bathtub, has remained in a medically induced coma since she entered the hospital on January 31, 2015.
According to a leading online portal, her family plans to have her breathing tube removed to see how she responds.
Back in February, doctors briefly took Bobbi Kristina Brown’s out of a coma, but the daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston suffered multiple seizures as a result.
While doctors have continued to warn her family of the worst, her father Bobby Brown and other relatives have remained hopeful.
Meanwhile, Bobby Brown, wants God to make the decision of whether to take his daughter off life support and is devastated that he is going to have to make this decision about his child.
On the other hand, her boyfriend Nick Gordon, who is currently under police investigation has been in an emotional mess and he too has recently entered a rehab facility to seek treatment.
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s aunt has accused both Nick Gordon and Pat Houston (Whitney Houston’s sister-in-law) of being responsible for her niece’s current condition.
If all this was not enough, Bobbi Kristina Brown’s $250,000 diamond ring has gone missing.
Sources believe that her 10 carat diamond ring, which she received from her late mother Whitney Houston, has mysteriously gone missing.
It’s the same ring Bobbi Kristina Brown called her engagement ring when she announced she was set to marry boyfriend Nick Gordon.
The cause of the incident remains under investigation, but detectives initially said they didn’t suspect foul play.
All said and done, we just hope that pray that Bobbi Kristina Brown pulls though all this and gets well soon.
It's been almost seven weeks and Bobbi Kristina Brown still remains in a medically induced coma. She is now leaving the Emory University Hospital i...2.5