Bobbi Kristina's mom (and singer Bobby Brown's former wife) Houston died at age 48 in the Beverly Hilton hotel bathtub in February 2012 of accidental drowning -with heart disease and cocaine use as contributing factors.
Bobbi Kristina's ex boyfriend Nick Gordon has been arrested on two serious charges including domestic violence battery and the other for kidnapping/false imprisonment of an adult in Florida, E! reports.
According to law enforcement sources, the girlfriend filed a report at the police station Saturday morning claiming she'd been battered and not allowed to leave their residence. Leal told police Gordon broke her cellphone weeks prior and took her computer to prevent her from communicating with her sister for help.
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It's being reported that the alleged victim is Gordon's current girlfriend.
Gordon, if you recall, is still liable for $36 million to Bobbi Kristina's estate, and he's still under criminal investigation for her death.
In photos obtained by the outlet, Gordon's girlfriend is pictured with several deep bruises across her upper and lower arms.
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An autopsy revealed that Brown, who died July 2015 six months after she was found unconscious in a bathroom, had a slew of drugs in her system.
The young woman's family accused Gordon of giving Brown a "toxic cocktail" and putting her face-down in the water. Gordon was her longtime partner.
But authorities couldn't determine whether her death was the result of a suicide, homicide or accident.
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