Bobbi Kristina Brown Autopsy Report To Be Released, As Ordered By Judge

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774px-Flickr_Whitney_Houston_performing_on_GMA_2009_5Bobbi Kristina Brown’s autopsy report will be made public. A judge in Georgia has ruled that the protective order be lifted following a media request.

The petitioner, WXIA-TV,  asked the courts that the records must be released by citing the First Amendment. The public needs to know what really killed the daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown especially if she indeed died with heroin present in her body, according to New York Daily News. Heroin addiction is a huge problem in Atlanta.

Records to Brown’s autopsy report were sealed in September 2015 as the judge was made aware it is part of an ongoing investigation.  Authorities insist that if these were made public, the some sensitive information may affect their case or put people at risk since they are still pursuing some leads. However, the judge told the police, they’ve had months to follow these up.

Brown died in July 2015 following six months of being in a coma. The young woman was found unconscious in her bathtub in January 2015, in the same house she shared with boyfriend Nick Gordon. It is alleged that she was injected with a toxic substance by her boyfriend, who then left her in the bathtub. The family has filed a suit against Gordon, who denies the accusations and has no pending criminal charges, according to NJ.

“On September 25th, 2015, when my office requested that the autopsy be withheld from the public, we felt that we had valid public safety and investigative reasons for that request. It is our feeling that those valid reasons still exist; however, as citizens and officers of the court we must, nevertheless, follow the orders and instructions of the court,” said DA Paul Howard, via 11 Alive.

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