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Bobby Brown may not be welcome at Whitney Houston’s funeral, but he can’t be stopped from going to help Bobbi Kristina cope. Whitney’s funeral will be private and invite-only as there will be no public memorial.
According to ABCNews,
One of Houston’s family members confirmed to ABC News Tuesday night that while many people in the family don’t want Brown to attend the funeral, they can’t stop him because of his daughter with Houston, Bobbi Kristina. She was hospitalized for stress and anxiety following Houston’s Saturday death.
“My daughter Bobbi Kristina is doing much better,” Brown said in an email statement to ABCNews.com Tuesday. “We continue to provide love and support to Bobbi Kristina. She is dealing with the tragedy of her mother’s death and would prefer to do it outside of the public eye. I ask again that our privacy be respected.”
Investigator are currently looking at Whitney’s doctors and medical records.
Meanwhile, investigators will be looking into doctors who wrote multiple sedative prescriptions for the singer as they try to determine the cause of her death.
Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office Assistant Chief Ed Winter told ABC News the office is “conducting an investigation and will try to obtain medical records from her doctors.”
A few friends are now coming forward and saying that Whitney had a premonition about her death and she wanted to be closer to Jesus.
Whitney Houston told friends she “really wanted to see Jesus” in the days before her death … and claimed she had a feeling the end was near for her … this according to several of Whitney’s friends.
TMZ has learned … Whitney had been very spiritual in her final days …Â quotingÂ the bible, singing hymns and engaging in intense conversations aboutÂ Jesus Christ and the afterlife with her close friends and family members.Â
We’re told …. on Friday , one day after she performed, “Yes Jesus Loves Me” at TrunightclubÂ in Hollywood, Whitney told one of her friends, “I’m gonna go see Jesus … I want to see Jesus.”
The next morning, hours before her death, Whitney was discussing a bible passage involvingÂ John the BaptistÂ and Jesus … when Houston flashed a big smile and remarked, “You know, he’s so cool … I really want to see that Jesus.”
Another source tells us … Whitney had been telling friends she “felt like her time was coming” … and wanted to make sure she spent her time praising her lord and savior whenever she could.
It’s Â justÂ still soÂ shocking she is gone!
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