But this is actually…kind of positive?
(To be clear, it’s Bobby Brown we are tossing kudos to, not Nick…)
Bobby, via his attorney Christopher Brown, says he would like to personally lend a helping hand to Nick’s girlfriend, Laura Leal, and offer her services through the Bobbi Kristina Brown Serenity House - which aims to “strike back” at domestic violence.
The attorney noted, "We have been informed that Nick Gordon was arrested for domestic violence of Laura Leal in Florida yesterday. We would like to speak to Ms. Leal and offer her services through the Bobbi Kristina Brown Serenity House, a non for profit organization designed to assist women who have been victims of domestic violence."
"Domestic violence killed my daughter and on March 4, 2018, the Bobbi Kristina Brown Serenity House held our first event to strike back at domestic violence. I personally would like to extend my hand to Ms. Leal and offer her services through our organization. I do not want to see any more families destroyed at the hands of domestic violence and I do not want any more women to suffer like my daughter did”, Bobby explained.
Good for him. Right?
Nick was arrested for domestic violence a few days ago, as Laura told officers that he struck her several times. Police officers were called to Nick’s home for a possible disturbance and found 26-year-old Laura with a bloody and swollen bottom lip, according to the arrest report.
Laura told authorities she had picked the 28-year-old up from a bar and was driving him home when he punched her in her right cheek several times and pulled her hair.
Nick was previously arrested for allegedly kidnapping and beating Laura for six hours in June last year. Yes. SIX HOURS.
Bobbi Kristina's autopsy revealed she had marijuana, alcohol, a cocaine-related substance, anxiety medication, and morphine in her system at the time. Her death was ruled as “undetermined”, due to being unable to tell if the incident was intentional or accidental.
Nick was held legally accountable for Bobbi Kristina's death in 2015, after he didn't show up for a court hearing in the $36 million civil suit brought against him by her estate.