Bobby Brown has one man to blame for both his daughter Bobbi Kristina and ex-wife Whitney Houston’s deaths — and no, it’s not himself. As a matter of fact, Brown won’t even utter the person’s name aloud, but everyone knows who he is talking about.
“It’s not a mystery to me. I know exactly what happened to my daughter,” the R&B singer told ABC News’ Robin Roberts. “The same thing that happened to my daughter is what happened to Whitney.”
“You won’t say his name; Nick Gordon is who you’re referring to,” Roberts said.
“I won’t say his name,” Brown confirmed.
Gordon was rumored to be Houston’s adopted son. Later, he claimed to be the husband of his purported sister, Bobbi Kristina Brown. To this day, no legal documents have surfaced proving claims the two were actually married.
Just two days before Bobbi Kristina was set to move to Los Angeles — a plan made with her father for the two to rekindle their relationship — she was found dead in a manner eerily similar to that of her mother.
“If I could get those two days back, my daughter would be here,” Brown said through tears in the interview. “All I want is those two days back.”
Brown has joined his daughter’s estate in filing a $10 million wrongful death lawsuit against Gordon. No criminal charges have been filed. Watch the interview in the video above.