Family of Bobbi Kristina looks to autopsy for answers
Answers about what really happened to Bobbi Kristina Brown did not immediately come with Monday's autopsy by the Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office.
The 22-year-old-old daughter of singers Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, who lived her life in the spotlight, died at the Peachtree Christian Hospice Center Sunday.
She had been at the Duluth facility since June 24th, but her medical crisis had been on-going for the past six months.
On January 31st, Roswell Police found Bobbi Kristina face down in her bathtub. Paramedics revived her, but Bobbi Kristina never recovered.
A former prosecutor turned defense attorney said investigators hope to get vital information from the autopsy.
"The autopsy should still be able to determine, hopefully, if she died in that manner, of drowning. What will be very difficult to determine is what it an accidental drowning from an overdose or was it something intentional," said attorney Ash Joshi.
Monday afternoon, the Fulton County Medical Examiner released the statement: “The autopsy does not show any obvious underlying cause of death and no significant injuries were noted.”
Back in February, Bobbi Kristina’s aunt spoke only to FOX 5 News. At that time, Leola Brown said she wanted investigators to uncover "the truth about what happened to her niece.” She reiterated that plea in a conversation with FOX 5’s Aungelique Proctor on Monday.
But Attorney Joshi, who is not involved in the case, said based on the circumstances charges against anyone appear unlikely to him.
"Beyond how she died, as we get into, did somebody do it… An intention act... Was it an accident? Was it a drug overdose? I think that would be very hard to determine if at all," said attorney Joshi.
Sources told FOX 5 News that the Brown family was meeting Monday night to discuss what funeral home they plan to use and the possibility of an Atlanta service.