The circumstances surrounding Bobbi Kristina Brown’s death have been, at best, questionable.
And though the late star’s boyfriend is suspected of having a role in her death, Nick Gordon is adamant that he did not kill Bobbi Kristina.
Since the very beginning, Bobbi Kristina’s family has suspected that Nick Gordon had something to do with Bobbi’s death. The Brown family's lawyer even claimed that Nick Gordon drugged and drowned Bobbi Kristina.
But Nick is sick of the Houston and Brown family tarnishing his name. As a result, his lawyers are in the process of filing a motion to dismiss the $10 million wrongful death lawsuit filed against him.
The suit was filed after Bobbi Kristin’s July 26 death. It was an amended civil suit that charged the 26-year-old with giving Bobbi a “toxic cocktail rendering her unconscious.”
Bobbi’s family believes Nick gave her the cocktail and put her face in the bath water. The suit explicitly states that Gordon “put her face down in a tub of cold water causing her to suffer brain damage.”
The documents also tell an unsettling tale of an abusive relationship. They mention that Gordon physically abused Bobbi Kristina days before the bathtub incident which ended her life.
This certainly isn't the first time Nick has been accused of violent behavior. After Bobbi Kristina's death, sources close to the couple claimed that Nick Gordon attacked Bobbi Kristina by choking her and throwing her into a wall.
Gordon’s lawyer Jose Baez slammed the suit, calling it “slanderous and meritless.”
Radar Online claims that civil lawyers for Gordon were filing documents late Tuesday in the Superior Court of Fulton County against Bedealia C. Hargrove, the administrator for Bobbi Kristina’s estate.
Sources confirm that the newest documents list eight points as evidence for the court to dismiss the case against Gordon.
Those points include the fact that Gordon is not a Georgia resident. Since the initial filing of the suit, Gordon has been a resident of Florida. His lawyers made the point that he is not only a Florida resident, but he does not own, use, or possess and real property in Georgia either.
Additionally, the documents state that Gordon “did not commit any tortious act or omission within the state of Georgia. Plaintiff alleges no proof, several false criminal and frivolous claims against the Defendant.”
The motion to dismiss also confirms that “Gordon and Bobbi Kristina were never married, as such, there are no proceedings for divorce, separate maintenance, annulment, or other domestic relations actions that may ordinarily occur in this state.”
Gordon’s lawyers firmly state that Gordon had nothing to do with Bobbi Kristina’s death.
It states, “Plaintiff’s Complaint as answered by Defendant contains several unsupported conclusory, untrue criminal accusations that Defendant Nicholas Gordon committed acts that he simply did not do.”
“Plaintiff has not provided any evidence including but not limited to, affidavits, police reports, indictments, and or any documentation to support baseless claims made against Defendant.”
Additional documents disclose Gordon’s version of what went down on the night Bobbi Kristina was found in the bathtub.
According to the documents obtained by Radar Online, “the parties went out on the night in question, then he (Gordon) reviewed video footage and then had an argument with Ms. Brown and that he changed clothes. Defendant denies the remaining allegations.”
Gordon claims, “that someone went into the master bedroom and found Ms. Brown face down in the bathtub, and that Ms. Brown appeared unconscious and unresponsive at that time. Defendant denies the remaining allegations.”
The documents also state that Gordon “tried to ‘wake up’ Ms. Brown and attempted to get her to react that he performed CPR on her, and Defendant further admits that others unsuccessfully attempted to resuscitate Ms. Brown.”
Nick Gordon denies any and all claims of assault and battery on Bobbi Kristina.