Bobby Brown will not take sole decision over the health of his hospitalized daughter Bobby Brown as he has together with Kristina’s aunt been appointed co-guardians.
Lawyers for Bobby Brown and Pat Houston issued a joint statement Friday saying that judge Jeryl Debra Rosh appointed them to have joint responsibility in decisions related to Bobbi Kristina’s care and medical needs.
The statement also says lawyer Bedelia Hargrove was appointed conservator to oversee Bobbi Kristina’s assets, including her rights and legal claims.
The decision comes after the 22-year-old was found face down and unresponsive in a tub at her Georgia home Jan. 31. She has been moved to an undisclosed location since being released from an Atlanta hospital in March.
Brown’s lawyer, Christopher Brown, said in a statement in April that Bobbi Kristina has opened her eyes.