The same day news broke that Bobbi Kristina was moved to hospice, her court-appointed conservator filed a complaint against Nick, accusing him of causing "substantial bodily harm to her after perpetuating the fraud that he had married [Bobbi Kristina]" after she inherited a significant amount of money, according to People.
The papers also allege that Nick controlled her interactions with others, stating he "often answered Brown's personal cell phone, would not allow her to make appointments without his approval, and manipulated her bank relationship so that he could access her money." He is also accused of transferring a "large portion" of Bobbi Kristina's money into "an account controlled solely by him" and stealing "in excess of $11,000" from her account after she was hospitalized.
Meanwhile, Nick - who has been barred from visiting Bobbi Kristina in the hospital - is said to be "heartbroken and grieving," with a source adding, "he truly wanted to see her."
Now, the district attorney office is reviewing the incident, with Fulton County District Attorney Paul L. Howard Jr. telling the mag in a statement, "in view of the new circumstances regarding the health status of Bobbi Kristina Brown, we will be reviewing the case with greater interest."
Bobbi Kristina was in a medically-induced coma for three months after she was found unconscious in a filled bathtub in her Roswell, Ga. home Jan. 31. She was later diagnosed with "global and irreversible brain damage."
Reports are now surfacing that her "mouth was swollen" and she had a "tooth knocked out" when she was found. Bobbi Kristina also allegedly confided to an unnamed person that Nick was "not the man she thought he was" and made plans to meet with him Jan. 31 to discuss the situation further. The same day the incident occurred.
After Bobbi Kristina was moved to hospice care Wednesday, Pat Houston released a statement, saying, "Despite the great medical care at numerous facilities, [her] condition has continued to deteriorate. As of today, she has been moved into hospice care. We thank everyone for their support and prayers. She is in God's hands now."