Ex-Roommate Testifies Bobbi Kristina Brown Used Illegal Drugs | NBC Connecticut

Ex-Roommate Testifies Bobbi Kristina Brown Used Illegal Drugs



    Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of singers Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, died on Sunday, July 26, 2015. She was 22.

    The testimony of a former roommate of Bobbi Kristina Brown is becoming public, and is shedding some light on the days before she was found unresponsive in a bathtub, NBC News reported.

    In a videotaped deposition obtained by NBC station WXIA, Danyela D. Bradley said Brown used marijuana and may have used crack cocaine and heroin, NBC News reported.

    Bradley lived with Brown and her former boyfriend, Nick Gordon, in Atlanta.

    The deposition was part of a lawsuit against Ford Motor Co. filed by Russell J. Eckerman, who is seeking damages in connection with an auto accident just three days before Brown was discovered unconscious.

    Eckerman, 41, claims that Brown was speeding and tailgating when she lost control of her car and hit his Taurus on Jan. 27.

    Brown was found unresponsive on Jan. 31. She never regained consciousness and died on July 26.