ATLANTA - Bobbi Kristina Brown's Aunt Leolah Brown and spoke to FOX 5 News in an exclusive interview, expressing outrage that a nurse assigned to care for the ailing young woman is accused of impersonating a medical professional.
"Where did this person come from? Why was she missed? Who brought her in? Somebody knows something," said Leolah Brown, sister of singer Bobby Brown, who was joined by her son Kelsey Brown. "I haven't spoken with Bobby, but I intend to speak with him. I want to know how he feels," she said.
The Brown family said it will pursue legal action to find out why Taiwo Sobamowo, who was charged with identity theft, forgery and impersonating a nurse, became a caregiver to Bobbi Kristina Brown for a month at the Peachtree Christian Hospice.
Bobbi Kristina stayed at the center for weeks before she passed away July 26.
Sobamowo was arrested over the weekend in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is facing charges from the Forsyth County Sheriff's Office and Duluth Police for impersonating a nurse at various Metro healthcare facilities.
"Someone is going to answer. Somebody has got to answer," Brown said. "She didn't deserve that. Not at all. Not at all," she said.