Bobby Brown sues to stop ‘Bobbi Kristina’ TV biopic

By on September 12, 2017

Singer Bobby Brown says it’s his prerogative to put the brakes on an upcoming TV biopic of his ill-fated daughter’s death that falsely portrays him as a neglectful, abusive dad.

The singer, whose daughter with Whitney Houston met a tragic end after she was found unconscious in her Georgia bathtub, wants a federal judge to stop the film, “Bobbi Kristina,” from airing.

The project, set to hit TV One next month, includes scenes of Brown being “violate towards Houston,” and suggests Brown “does not love his daughter [and is not] committed to his daughter,” Bobby claims in a Manhattan Federal Court lawsuit.

The “defamatory and untrue” film tries to profit off Brown’s pain, insists the “My Prerogative” singer, who denies being abusive to his family.

Bobbi Kristina was just 22-years-old when she was found facedown in a bathtub by her former boyfriend Nick Gordon. She spent six months in a coma before her family removed her from a ventilator.

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