The National Enquirer has stooped to a new low, which for them is truly low.
As it turns out, the National Enquirer purchased the photo of Bobbi Kristina Brown on her deathbed, and published it front page as a “World Exclusive!”.
It was reportedly sold for $100,000 by some extended member of the Brown or Houston family, who exploitively took the photo without permission.
Back in 2012, the National Enquirer published a photo of Brown’s mother Whitney Houston in her coffin after her tragic death.
As we reported on Monday, TMZ reports that both sides of the family are blaming one another for the photo leak. It’s truly despicable that someone took the photo with exploitation in mind, and that National Enquirer published it front page.
The 22-year-old was buried next to her mother in New Jersey. She died on July 26, 2015, six months after she was found unconscious in her bathtub on January 31, 2015.
R.I.P. Bobbi Kristina.