Aunt Calls Bobbi Kristina Brown’s Death ‘Murder,’ Hopes to Answer ‘Every Single Question’

Leolah Brown says her upcoming book will shed light on passing of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown‘s daughter

Half a year after the death of Bobbi Kristina Brown, her aunt Leolah Brown asserts that there was foul play involved, saying that she hopes to expose the truth behind her death.

In a lengthy Facebook post published last week, Brown characterized her niece’s death as a murder, and said that, God willing, she will answer questions about the death in an upcoming book.

“I am sure everyone has questions and concerns regarding Whitney and Bobbi Kriss’ death and murder. AND I DON’T BLAME YOU. If it be the ‘WILL’ of the The Almighty God, MY BOOK WILL ANSWER ‘every’ single question that has come up in your minds concerning what REALLY happened and took place with my sister and niece,” Leolah Brown wrote.

“All of the why’s and the why not’s will also be answered as well. From the very beginning to the very end. I promise you will have it asap (if it is the will of God)! And after you read it, you will have to ask no more!” Brown added.

Bobbi Kristina Brown, the ill-fated daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, died in July at age 22, six months after being found face-down and unresponsive in the bathtub of her Georgia home on Jan. 31, 2015. After clinging to life for six months, she died on July 26.

In the Facebook post, Leolah Brown — who has very publicly criticized Bobbi Kristina’s other aunt Pat Houston — added, “I am and will always be at peace with whatever I say out of my mouth, simply because I know that I will never speak anything other than the truth…in spite of their schemes and conspiracy to cover it up.”

While the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s office has said that it has determined the cause of Brown’s death, those results have been sealed. The Fulton County District Attorney is continuing to investigate the matter.