Nick Gordon fights to stop Bobbi Kristina Brown civil suit

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Nick Gordon fights to stop Bobbi Kristina Brown civil suit

Now that murder charges might be headed Nick Gordon’s way, he has moved to try and get the civil lawsuit against him halted for the time being.

As you may know, there have been rumblings about a secret grand jury mounting a case against Gordon for the death of Bobbi Kristina Brown. Her conservator waged a civil lawsuit against Gordon for allegedly giving her a toxic cocktail that contributed to her death.

The 24-year-old’s papers say public interest in his girlfriend’s death and her parents, the late Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, has resulted in negative media attention that would make him “unfairly, legally and financially prejudiced should he be subject to parallel criminal and civil proceedings.”

According to Gordon’s papers, the wrongful death suit brought against him by Brown’s court-appointed conservator alleges that he “is a murderer, a habitual batterer of women, a seducer of young white females, a thief and/or con-man fueled by monetary gain, and a chemist capable of making a toxic cocktail.”

The filing claims any statements he makes in a civil case to fight the allegations may incriminate him in a criminal investigation or proceeding and that all evidence is not yet available. For example, Brown’s autopsy report, which the Fulton County Medical Examiner has not released, “would be used to defend and lead to the dismissal of the allegations made against him in this civil proceeding,” the papers say.

What do you think will come of all of this?

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Wednesday, October 7th, 2015 at 8:08am
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