Bobbi Kristina Brown's estate has filed a lawsuit against Nick Gordon, accusing him of domestic abuse. The lawsuit, which was brought by Brown's court appointed conservator, comes not long after the News that Bobbi Kristina Brown has been released from hospital and entered a hospice for further care after a traumatic brain injury that was sustained several months ago.

The lawsuit alleges that Gordon, who was living with Brown when she sustained a traumatic brain injury, committed domestic abuse and transferred money from an account registered to the name Bobbi Kristina Brown into his own account whilst the two were together.

It has been alleged that these transactions were not sanctioned by Brown, nor was she aware of them.

Ever since Brown was admitted to the hospital, Gordon hasn't been able to see her, as Brown's family has refused to let him in – although the family alleges that Gordon never made much of an effort to see her. Bedelia C. Hargrove, Brown's conservator since early May, has asserted that Gordon had "assumed the position" of Bobbi Brown's boyfriend ever since she has inherited a substantial sum of money after her mother Whitney Houston's death in 2012.

Speaking in a statement about the lawsuit, Hargrove has said: "I filed this lawsuit to pursue justice on behalf of Bobbi Kristina Brown. No human being, male or female, should endure what Bobbi Kristina has endured. Pat Houston and Bobby Brown have done all they can to take care of Bobbi Kristina since this tragedy occurred. I have worked closely with both of them and all we want is the best for Bobbi Kristina.

Don’t miss the latest news!
Click on the topic you interest most. We'll keep you updated with all the news you shouldn't miss.
Celebrities Donald Trump

This lawsuit represents our collective efforts to get justice for Bobbi Kristina. We pray that justice will be done for her and that it will be swift."

Brown was admitted to hospital on January 31 after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub in her Roswell, Georgia home, and was eventually diagnosed with "irreversible" brain damage. Since then, she remained in hospital care until recently, when she was moved to a hospice which deals with providing comfort to patients with terminal conditions.

Don't miss our page on Facebook!
Click to read more