Bobbi Kristina Brown’s grandma Cissy Houston gave the latest update to Whitney Houston daughter’s condition, saying there’s “still not a great deal of hope.”
In an interview with WBLS 107.5, a New York radio station, Houston said, “She’s the same. [We’ve] moved her now to a place for rehabilitation.
Brown was found faced down unresponsive in a bathtub at her Georgia home on Jan. 31 and was hospitalized, and has been placed in a medically-induced coma for around three months.
“We’re praying,” Houston told WBLS. “I don’t pray like that – I give it to God one time,’ cause I know he’s able. And I cannot change a thing. So I’m asking everybody just pray to the Lord, we know he can do something about it."
Cissy Houston said she has entrusted her granddaughter's fate to God and is ready to face any outcome.
"If he works a miracle, thank God," Houston told WBLS. "If it happens the other way, I’m alright.”
According to medical experts, Bobbi Kristina was deprived of oxygen while in the bathtub for anywhere from two to fifteen minutes, which indicate she has experienced significant brain damage. The 22 year old remained in a medically-induced coma at Emory University Hospital for several weeks before she was transferred to a rehabilitation facility for long-term care at the request of her father.
Although the exact cause of her current condition remains unknown, a report which recently surfaced alleges that Bobbi Kristina was under the influence of drugs and drinking heavily on the morning she was found unresponsive. The source also claims the 22 year old had been using cocaine, heroin, and Xanax in the months prior to the incident.
However, police are currently treating her case as a criminal investigation due to "certain bruising" and other suspicious markings found on her body.
The full interview can be watched here: