Danyela Bradley, the friend and former housemate of Bobbi Kristina Brown, has alleged her late friend used drugs.
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s friend and former roommate has claimed the late television personality and daughter of Whitney Houston used drugs. The friend, Danyela Bradley, was speaking at a deposition for a law suit concerning a car accident Bobbi was involved in in Atlanta three days before her hospitalisation in January.
Bobbi Kristina Brown photographed in 2012 at the premiere of the reality show, The Houstons: On Our Own.
Speaking in the deposition, Daniella Bradley claimed she had witnessed Bobbi Kristina smoking marijuana and suggested she may have taken harder drugs, such as heroin and crack cocaine.
“She smoked marijuana, she probably smoked crack often, and also did heroin,” Bradley said, as 11Alive.com reports.
According to reports, Bradley also alleged Bobbi “probably” smoked marijuana “two or three days out of the week”. She further claims that Bobbi “probably” engaged in taking harder drugs around once a fortnight, although she did not witness any of the alleged taking of heroin or crack personally.
Bradley also discussed Bobbi’s relationship with Gordon, calling it “happy” and stating that Gordon would often refer to himself as Bobbi’s “husband”. Her remarks come after months of rumours about the nature of Gordon and Bobbi Kristina’s relationship, further fuelled by the civil suit filed against Gordon by Bobbi’s family.
Bobbi’s family have filed a civil suit against Gordon, alleging he injected Bobbi with a fatal substance which ultimately led to her death in July. The deposition’s suit concerns a car accident which took place in January. The other motorist involved in the accident brought suit against Bobbi in July, just weeks before Bobbi’s death. Bobbi was reportedly driving Bradley’s car at the time of the accident and, according to reports in People, the motorist is seeking damages from Bobbi Kristina’s estate to pay for his medical bills and compensation.
Bobbi was hospitalised at the end of January after being found unconscious and unresponsive in a bathtub at her Atlanta home. Her condition gradually declined over the course of six months and she was declared effectively brain dead by a specialist. Her family made the decision to take her off life support and she was moved to a hospice where she died in July at the age of 22.