Bobbi Kristina Brown’s Family Slams ‘False’ Reports She Will Be Taken Off Life Support

Lawyer calls out tabloids for ‘egregious, false’ stories as the 21-year-old fights for her life in Atlanta hospital

Bobbi Kristina Brown is shown in a photo posted on her Instagram page on November 7, 2013

Representatives for Bobby Brown are speaking out about reports surrounding his daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown, who is in an Atlanta hospital fighting for her life.

While it’s been widely reported that Bobbi Kristina is connected to a ventilator, a Tuesday report said her family has finally come to terms with her grim prognosis and plans to take the 21-year-old off of life support on Feb. 11,  the same day her late mother Whitney Houston died three years ago.

Bobby Brown has issued a blanket denial through his attorney, Christopher Brown.

“The false reports that continue to appear in print and on the Internet are egregious, false and will be dealt with at an appropriate time. In particular, the false reporting of TMZ, The National Enquirer, The Atlanta Journal Constitution and the Daily Mail (UK) citing, police sources, family sources and Bobby Brown himself, will receive my attention,” Brown said in a statement.

“The desire to be ‘first’ has clouded the judgment of many reporters as they forgo accuracy. This is a criminal investigation and the integrity of that process requires silence.” he added.

The attorney’s description of the ongoing saga as a “criminal investigation” appears to confirm media reports that foul play may be a factor in Bobbi Kristina’s current condition.

Bobbi Kristina was found unconscious and face down in her bathtub on Jan. 31. She was rushed to an Atlanta-area hospital, where she’s been in a medically induced coma since.

Days after her admission, doctors told the family there was little they can do to save the famous offspring. She suffered a series of seizures before being admitted to a different hospital.

“Forget that he [Bobby Brown] is a renowned artist. That her mama, the late Whitney, was a renowned artist. These [are] still people. They bleed and hurt like us,” Wynn-Dixon said.