Bobby Brown Talks About Daughter’s Death on The Dr. Oz Show

The singer also spoke about his past drug addiction and that he wants justice served when it comes to his daughter’s ex-boyfriend Nick Gordon.

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“It’s not time to say goodbye, until justice is done,” is what Bobby Brown said regarding his daughter Bobbi Kristina. Brown appeared on Thursday’s Dr. Oz Show and spoke about his daughter’s death as well as her addictions.


Last year Brown filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Nick Gordon, Bobbi Kristina’s ex-boyfriend. The lawsuit alleged that not only did Gordon beat up Bobbi Kristina but he also gave her a lethal cocktail of cocaine and alcohol. In September, after Gordon failed to show up in court, a Georgia judge ruled that Gordon was indeed responsible for Bobbi Kristina’s death.

Brown also spoke about his past drug issues during his interview with Dr. Oz:

It just takes over you. It takes over your mind, your spirit, your everything. I wasn’t living for myself, I was living just to get high again. And that’s the part you know you’re sober, you realize that I really didn’t wash for two weeks. You realize that when you’re not using. I don’t know where it came from, but I just wish something just takes it all away so nobody else has to go through the pain and the suffering that I went through.

As for what Brown wants to happen with Gordon, he had a simple response: “We’re not after any money. I think he should be in prison.”

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