Bobbi Kristina Brown Moved to Rehab Facility

She had been hospitalized since late January.

March 21, 2015, 10:27 AM
PHOTO: Bobbi Kristina Brown attends a premiere in Los Angeles in this Aug. 16, 2012 file photo.
Bobbi Kristina Brown attends a premiere in Los Angeles in this Aug. 16, 2012 file photo. The daughter of late singer and entertainer Whitney Houston was found Jan. 31, 2015, unresponsive in a bathtub by her husband and a friend and taken to an Atlanta-area hospital. The incident remains under investigation.
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— -- Bobbi Kristina Brown has been moved out of Emory University Hospital in Atlanta to a rehabilitation facility, a person close to the family said Friday.

The source did not say where the daughter of Whitney Houston was moved or provide an update on her condition. She had been hospitalized since Jan. 31 when her partner, Nick Gordon, and a friend found her unresponsive inside her home in Roswell, Georgia.

Brown turned 22 earlier this month and her aunt released a statement, asking the public "to continue to keep her in your prayers as she is still fighting the battle of her life."

Gordon, 25, and his mother appeared on "Dr. Phil" last week, where his mother said the couple went out drinking with a friend the Friday night before and stayed out early into the morning.

When Gordon showed up intoxicated, the interview became an intervention, said Phil McGraw.

When McGraw was finally able to get Gordon to join his mother in the room for the intervention, he admitted that he had been drinking that morning and broke down numerous times, saying “I miss Krissy and Whitney.”

“I would never hurt anybody,” he yelled at the cameras in the room, adding that he hasn’t been sleeping much since Brown was taken to the hospital. “I have panic attacks, my heart hurts.”

Gordon also stormed out of the room several times during the interview and kept saying how sacred he was to “lose Krissy.”

“You can’t help Bobbi Kristina the way you are,” McGraw told Gordon, eventually getting him to agree to rehab.

“I’ll be clean, I’ll be sober, I’ll be a good person,” he told McGraw at the end of the show.

Gordon entered rehab shortly after the taping, a family source told ABC News.

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