When news broke yesterday that Bobbi Kristina Brown’s mooching boyfriend agreed to a sit-down with TV’s Dr. Phil, it was assumed he would discuss the events leading up to Brown’s drowning on Jan. 31. But Gordon is under investigation by Roswell police, and his attorney has surely advised him not to breathe a word about the events of that day. But Dr. Phil has a TV show to run and advertising spots to sell. So instead of Gordon spilling the beans about his role (if any) in Brown’s drowning, all parties involved have agreed that he would undergo “an intervention” staged by his mother…
For years the story has always been that Houston kindly “adopted” Gordon after his mother threw him out of the house. But now that access to Whitney and Bobbi Kristina’s money has been cut off, Gordon (with the help of his mother) is taking his case to the court of public opinion, aka the Dr. Phil Show.
From 11 Alive:
According to the show’s website, the “emotionally-charged invention” will air on March 11. The description says, in part:
“With his mother Michelle at his side, Gordon expresses the severe pain, mental anguish and panic attacks he says he has been suffering since Brown was found face down and unresponsive in a bathtub in her home in January and over the tragic loss of Whitney Houston three years ago.”Bobbi Kristina turned 22 on Wednesday at Emory Hospital in Atlanta, where she has been on life support since Jan. 31st.