Family denies Bobbi Kristina is brain dead

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ATLANTA - The family of Bobbi Kristina Brown disputes claims that they are gathering to say good bye.

Channel 2's Dave Huddleston was outside Emory University Hospital where her father gave an encouraging sign before leaving the hospital.
 
Huddleston says before he left the premises, he and the driver of his car gave him a thumbs up.
 
Bobby Brown was with a group of people who hopped into a black SUV sitting in valet parking outside Emory’s emergency room entrance.
 
Brown, sitting in the front passenger seat, gave a thumbs up before leaving the hospital. 

Bobbi Kristina, daughter of singer Whitney Houston, is on life support at Emory University Hospital. She was transferred there Tuesday after several days in North Fulton Hospital.

The 21-year-old was found by her husband and a friend face-down in a bathtub in their Roswell home on Saturday.

Channel 2 Action News obtained video of Bobbi Kristina's father, singer Bobby Brown, as he walked into the hospital.

The Brown's attorney issued a statement that reads "There is no family gathering today that is any different from any other day. She is not brain dead and the Houstons and Browns are not fighting,"

Huddleston said the Brown family appeared in good spirits as they left the hospital on Thursday afternoon.

Brown has been on a ventilator after being found unconscious.

Emory University Hospital’s Neuro Intensive Care Unit has more than 135 doctors using groundbreaking treatments resulting in unexpected solutions, according to their website.

It was nearly three years ago that singing superstar Whitney Houston was found dead in a bathtub in California.


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