Bobbi Kristina's Funeral Service Interrupted By Family Dispute

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After repeated reports of disagreements amongst the relatives of late singer Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown over Bobbi Kristina Brown, the ongoing family feud reached a peak at Bobbi Kristina's memorial service on Saturday, which took place at the St. James United Methodist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia. Amongst the attendees were friends, family and plenty of famous faces. Despite pleading with the family, Bobbi Kris' boyfriend Nick Gordon did not attend the funeral.

According to ET Online, as Whitney's sister-in-law Pat Houston prepared to give a speech, she was interrupted by Bobbi's aunt Leolah Brown, who was escorted out of the ceremony.

After the disturbance, a visibly angry Leolah spoke with the press.
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"Whitney will haunt Pat Houston from the grave. She will haunt her. Pat, it's not over. It has just begun. It has just begun," Leolah said to reporters. "I have information, I have evidence, I have knowledge of who Pat really is — she is not any relation whatsoever to Krissi — she's not even a Houston. She's just being the phony person that she is."

In spite of the drama, Leolah had some heartfelt words about her late niece.

"Krissi, she'll be remembered in our hearts forever. Just like Whitney."

On Sunday, July 26, Bobbi Kristina passed away after spending the past several months in a coma. On Jan. 31, she was found face down in a bathtub her Roswell, Georgia home and never regained consciousness. The day after her passing, her father Bobby spoke out via a statement from his lawyer, saying the loss had left him "completely numb."

In the midst of such a tragic, painful experience, here's to hoping both families find peace and resolution.
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