TMZ.com reports that Whitney Houston’s daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown was involved in a car accident in Georgia that destroyed the front end of her car.
Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend Nick Gordon was driving the 2012 black Camaro Sunday night in Alpharetta, Georgia with Bobbi Kristina in the passenger seat.
Gordon tweeted to fans this week: “Good morning everyone. Just letting you know nobody was in the car when the hit and run happened. A little sore. Media blows things up.”
“@liznippy I whow her unconditional love everyday. I just don’t want the media making more out of something then it is. They already love me”
And about an hour later, Gordon tweeted: “If I’m sore and I said nobody is in the car obviously I was in there. Y’all caught up on the wrong stuff thank god I’m ok.”
TMZ.com reports that the details surrounding the accident are still unclear, but sources say the couple was arguing at the time of the car crash. Reports confirm that neither Bobbi Kristina nor Nick Gordon was hurt in the car incident.
Even though the black 2012 Camaro was missing the right front tire, the front bumper had been torn off and the airbags had been deployed, Nick Gordon somehow managed to drive the car back to the couple’s apartment.
Police were called to the apartment soon after the incident for a noise complaint, but neither Bobbie Kristina nor Nick Gordon answered the door.
According to the police report, officers saw the car parked outside the apartment with the hazard lights on, and it appeared that the car had been driven in a damaged state.
TMZ.com reports that the car incident is currently under investigation and that there is ambiguity surrounding the facts. If another car was involved, Bobbi Kristina Brown and her boyfriend Nick Gordon would be well-served in contacting an attorney, as would the driver(s) of the other vehicle.
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