Bobbi Kristina Brown Suffers Violent Seizures, Remains in a Coma

Nick Gordon vs. Bobby Brown
Behind the scenes of Bobbi Kristina Brown's tragic hospitalization, there is a battle happening between her father Bobby Brown and her boyfriend Nick Gordon

Doctors tried weaning Bobbi Kristina Brown off of various medications yesterday (Feb. 25, 2015), but they were forced to put her back on the medications after she suffered “violent seizures”.

Doctors were in the process of weaning her off certain meds in an attempt see how she would respond on her own. She still remains on life support, and her condition has remained the same for weeks.

The 21-year-old daughter of the late Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown has been in a coma since she was found unresponsive and facedown in her Roswell, Georgia bathtub on January 31, 2015.

A family source told People, “She was taken off the drugs, but she began having violent seizures. She is being put back into a coma.”

“This is a horrible setback. Everyone was hopeful that this was the sign that she’d turned the corner. We were so optimistic,” the source added. “Bobby is taking this so hard; he was sure this was going to be a good day. But please, everyone needs to pray for Krissi. I don’t care what religion you are, or if you have no religion at all. Send your thoughts, your prayers, your well-wishes. Send everything you’ve got. Please.”

Last week, Brown’s breathing tube was removed in a tracheotomy procedure, allowing her to be ventilated through a hole in her throat.

CNN’s chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta noted, at the time, that the procedure suggested she would need to be on such support for “weeks and months to come, as opposed to hours and days.”

Meanwhile, Brown’s case is still being treated as a criminal investigation by police. At the center of the investigation is her boyfriend Nick Gordon, who has been immersed in a battle with her father, Bobby Brown.

Yesterday, his attorneys withdrew a request for a temporary restraining order against the police, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The restraining order would have kept the authorities from getting a search warrant to view footage from his Dropcam (an in-home security camera), but Gordon changed his mind and will fully comply with police.

Gordon continues to tweet out his anger at the Brown’s, writing this morning and last night: