Bobbi Kristina Brown has reportedly been evicted from her Atlanta home.
Bobbi Kristina Brown, 20, and her on-off boyfriend and “brother” Nick Gordon were said to be the subject of at least ten different noise complaints, leading up to her moving out.
The friend revealed: “My friend and his family live in the apartment under Bobbi Kristina Brown.”
“After 6 months of complaints, she was finally kicked out. He found this on his door today.”
However, on Wednesday, Bobbi Kristina Brown took to her Twitter account to deny that she had been forced out of her home.
“Awoke2CrazyNeighborStory(:” she wrote, adding: “Ichoose2move(: THEY were the nightmare.”
However, neighbor Joshua Morse seems to disagree, and spoke to 11alive about the note, which included foul language.
Bobbi Kristina Brown reportedly wrote: “Thank You for making a hard year harder. You are a miserable couple and always will be.”
It went on: “You were honored to have us living above you and you couldn’t stand such a young beautiful couple far more successful than you ever will be.”
“I pray your misery doesn’t rub off on your innocent little baby.”
Joshua Morse said he and his wife have filed at least ten different complaints about the noise coming from Bobbi Kristina Brown’s apartment.
He also revealed that Bobbi Kristina Brown has now turned in her keys and left the complex.
Whitney Houston’s daughter lived in the apartment with Nick Gordon, who she reportedly split with romantically in November last year, after he tweeted: “@REALbkBrown and I are not engaged or dating. Just close like we have always been.”
Bobbi Kristina Brown attempted to defend her romantic relationship with Nick Gordon to her extended family on Lifetime’s The Houstons: On Our Own last year.
“We’re engaged,” she said on the episode as she showed of a ring that was once her mother’s.
“Everyone gets it wrong, I was never officially… it’s not incest.”
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