Report: Bobby Brown Family Filming Reality TV Show While Bobbi Kristina Clings to Life

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Atlanta, GA

In an era in which personal privacy is scarce, and reality TV is king, nothing appears to be sacred.

As Bobbi Kristina Brown fights for her life in an Atlanta, GA hospital, certain members of her family are now filming a reality series, reports TMZ.

According to the report, Bobbi Kristina’s father, Bobby Brown, is not involved in the series, but two of his sisters, one brother, and a several nieces and nephews are set to star in it.

The project reportedly follows the Brown family and will include footage of the events surrounding Bobbi Kristina’s fight to stay alive. Cameras have not been allowed inside Emory University Hospital, but the show is instead conducting regular interviews with the aforementioned family members regarding her condition.

Per TMZ, Bobby Brown’s sisters Leolah and Tina Brown, who both have a history of saying controversial things about Whitney Houston following her death, will enjoy camera time.

Leolah Brown told HLN’s Dr. Drew Pinsky in 2012 that R&B singer Ray J fueled Houston’s cocaine habit, and even provided her with her last dose. (Ray J has denied those accusations.) Tina Brown also claimed she had previously smoked crack with the late singer.

Some members of the family reportedly physically sparred at a hotel near the hospital last month after visiting a local bar. The altercation concluded only when Tina Brown struck her son Shayne in the head with a bottle, reports the New York Daily News.

The bloody fight was reportedly instigated after Shayne described Tina as a “crackhead.”

He later checked himself into a hospital with a minor head injury.

It remains unclear if those events will be included in the series, but it has been made clear that Bobby will not appear in front of a camera.

The only child of Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston, Bobbi Kristina 21, has been hospitalized for more than a month, after she was found unresponsive in the bathtub of her home on Jan. 31.