Nick Gordon On Accusations That He Injected Bobbi Kristina With Toxic Cocktail: ‘That’s Just Stupid’
April 29, 2016
Nine months after his former girlfriend Bobbi Kristina Brown died, Nick Gordon shares his story about the events that took place the night she was found unconscious in a bathtub, and he addresses accusations made by Bobbi Kristina’s family that he killed her.
“They accuse you of causing her death saying you gave her some toxic cocktail and then, ‘put her face down in a tub of cold water causing her to suffer brain damage,’” Dr. Phil says. “They say you injected her, which means it was purposeful, I guess is what they’re saying.”
“Think about how far-fetched and ludicrous that sounds,” Gordon replies. “That’s just stupid, and whoever thinks that is stupid.” He adds that he would never do that to Bobbi Kristina and he was planning to spend the rest of his life with her. WATCH: Nick Gordon: Finding Bobbi Kristina Brown Was Like A ‘Nightmare’
Bobbi Kristina died in July 2015, six months after she was found unconscious in a bathtub. The conservator for her estate filed a $10 million lawsuit against Gordon, blaming him for her death.
“They say they you abused Bobbi Kristina, took her money including $11,000 after she was hospitalized and maneuvered yourself into a position to control her and her substantial wealth,” Dr. Phil says.WATCH: Nick Gordon Claims Bobbi Kristina Brown Passed Out In Bathtub The Night Before Whitney Houston Died
“That is not true,” Gordon says. “I got so tired of that lawsuit, I just stopped paying attention to it. It’s designed to make me look bad.”
In the video above, Dr. Phil questions Gordon about accusations that he beat up Bobbi Kristina in the days before she was found in the bathtub. And, why does Gordon think Bobbi Kristina’s family is making up these accusations against him?WATCH: Nick Gordon: ‘I Know I’m Innocent’
On Friday’s episode,
Dr. Phil asks Gordon, “Did you murder Bobbi Kristina Brown?” Check here
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