As Bobbi Kristina Brown remains in hospice care, the person who allegedly snapped and shopped a deathbed photo of the ailing star has been caught.
As a result of shamelessly taking a Bobbi Kristina Brown deathbed photo, the Brown family has been banned from hospice, according to new reports.
The still unidentified family member reportedly offered to sell the picture of Bobbi Kristina in hospice to various media outlets for upwards of $100,000.
The media outlets passed, but the National Enquirer was among the magazines that saw the images and ran stories recreating it ... with a model.
Seriously, you can't make this stuff up.
Images depicting her violent relationship with Nick Gordon, including the time he allegedly dragged her up the stairs by her hair, were also recreated.
Since the family member attempted to exploit Bobbi, who has been in a coma since January 31, the hospice facility has been in "lock down” mode.
"The security team at the hospice informed Whitney Houston’s family there was evidence incriminating a Brown family member," says an insider.
According to sources, security at the Peachtree Christian Hospice in Georgia has been increased to ensure that no such breach will occur again.
Bobbi’s estate, currently controlled by Bobby Brown and Pat Houston, has banned the entire Brown family from visiting Bobbi Kristina in hospice.
The Brown family ban obviously excludes her father, Bobby, who is co-guardian of his only daughter with Whitney Houston, but no one else.
Bobby and Pat reportedly know who the deathbed photo culprit is stating, but no "unseemly" names have been shared ... at least not yet.
Speaking of unseemly characters, Nick Gordon is being sued for $40 million by the estate and may be investigated for murder as well.