According to TMZ, the incident stems from an argument Gordon and his girlfriend had Friday night at a sports bar that continued until they were home, with Gordon allegedly "punching and hitting her and refused to let her leave."Gordon is still under the investigation in the death of Brown, the daughter of singers Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown who died at the age of 22 in July 2015 after spending six months in a medically induced coma.
Brown's estate filed a million wrongful death lawsuit against Gordon, claiming that he "gave Bobbi Kristina a toxic cocktail rendering her unconscious and then put her face down in a tub of cold water" as "part of a scheme to control Bobbi Kristina and benefit from her wealth."After Gordon failed to appear at two hearings for the wrongful death lawsuit, a judge found him "legally responsible" and awarded the estate million; the ruling forces Gordon to pay all future earnings to the Brown estate, CNN reports.
was found face-down and unresponsive in a bathtub in her suburban Atlanta townhome in January 2015.
She’s the squeaky-clean pop diva in sequins; he’s the B-boy from the projects who was once arrested and fined for simulating sex onstage.
She’s a morning person; he gets up at two in the afternoon.
She is so devoted to her two Akitas, Lucy and Ethel, that she reportedly built a $75,000 house for them, a miniature version of her New Jersey mansion; he is afraid of dogs.
This photo provided by the Sanford Police Department shows Nick Gordon.
Criminal charges have not been filed against Gordon in the case of Brown's death.
"At the end of the day, it's only acting, and it's something you have to do, and I would do anything for the show. "Finn reacted quite well and I didn't," she laughed.
There are posters of Bobby’s new album cover blown up billboard size; walls of TV monitors playing Bobby’s newest video, “Humpin’ Around”; and partygoers mingling in baseball caps that read, simply, “Bobby.” It’s been four years since Bobby Brown’s last album, ) without a great deal of fanfare. tent, looking characteristically dapper in a pale-green suit, a matching polka-dot shirt, and his trademark diamonds (watch, ring, pendant), he makes a beeline for the table, and his wife and mother beam in harmony.
“So we decided to throw a party,” says MCA Records president Richard Palmese, a man not known for understatement. He kisses Houston, and she whispers something in his ear. “I had my doubts about this relationship,” says a member of Brown’s camp.
But, as Lynn Hirschberg found, theirs is a real and complex marriage—and now there’s a new addition on the way.