A woman has been charged with practicing nursing without a license after caring for Bobbi Kristina Brown in the final days before her death.
Taiwo Sobamowo was accused of posing as a medical professional in the hospice that Whitney Houston’s daughter was being cared for in prior to her death.
And now Gwinnett County jail records have revealed that Sobamowo has been charged with the offence.
It was previously reported that Sobamowo had provided fake credentials to land the job at the hospice, with the documents showing she had the correct licenses to work as a registered nurse.
Once the facility discovered she was unable to prove her credentials, Sobamowo was fired on August 5.
Aspiring singer Bobbi Kristina passed away in July 2015 aged 22, six months after being found unconscious in a bathtub at her home in Atlanta.
There have been many reports about just what led to Brown’s death, with her friend Danyela Da Silva Bradley alleging she had a physical altercation with then boyfriend Nick Gordon prior to being found in the bath.
In court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, she said: “He began kicking Bobbi Kristina in the side to the point that she was on the floor screaming and curled up in a fetal position.
“He returned from being out all night on a cocaine and drinking binge [and then] reviewed camera footage of Bobbi Kristina and listened to her conversations. [He then changed clothes] and got in bed and laid his hand on female guest’s ankle and stated, ‘Now I want a pretty little white girl like you.'”