Bobbi Kristina Brown Got High After Whitney Houston’s Funeral?

Bobbi Kristina Brown was urged by family to check herself into rehab even before Whitney Houston’s funeral on Sunday. Multiple sources have revealed that the night after Whitney passed away, Bobbi Kristina was trying to numb the pain with drugs.

Last year, Bobbi Kristina checked into rehab for a drug problem, according to a family friend. Now, we are just hoping that she doesn’t go down the same path as her mother.

Reportedly, she arrived in New Jersey right before her mother’s body was flown in and was said to be dealing with things a little better. A source said, “She had the people she loved and love her the most around. Ms. Cissy was holding on tight and watching her every move.”

Things got worse when her father showed up to the funeral service with nine people in tow. Security allowed them all in, but had to seat them separately. Reportedly, security wouldn’t allow him to see his daughter, so he complained.

A source at the funeral said, “That was just too much for Bobbi Kristina to handle. All that drama, and Cissy finally asked to come in and stay, but Bobby wouldn’t. Cissy only did that to help Bobbi Kristina, because Cissy cannot stand Bobby. She just didn’t want a big drama with him on that day of all days.”

A few hours after the funeral, Bobbi Kristina was said to be at a hotel getting high. Family members wanted her to check herself into rehab, but others said it would give her closure to attend the burial service on Sunday.

The family friend added, “It’s a horrible situation for everybody. They tried to save Whitney, and it didn’t work. Now with Bobbi Kristina, they fear the same thing is happening again and they won’t be able to stop it either. Bobbi Kristina is all Ms. Cissy has left of Whitney. She’s so tired, but she’s ready to fight again to save her grandbaby.”

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