After her death, the Estate of Bobbi Kristina Brown amended their $40 million civil lawsuit against Nick Gordon to include eyewitness accounts from a female claiming Nick Gordon fed Bobbi Kristina a lethal cocktail of drugs before submerging her in the bathtub. The female has been identified as Danyela Bradley, Bobbi's friend and newly released photos place her & Nick together at the hospital the night Bobbi Kristina was found…
A dazed and pale young woman who was taken out of the hospital in a wheelchair by Nick Gordon just hours after Bobbi Kristina was admitted after drowning in her bathtub has been identified for the first time by Daily Mail Online. She is the same woman who was at Bobbi Kristina's townhouse when she was found unresponsive in her bathtub.
Danyela Bradley, 18, was pictured at 1pm on February 1, 2015, being wheeled out of North Fulton Hospital in Atlanta by Gordon just hours after her close friend Bobbi Kristina was hospitalized at the same medical center. Bobbi Kristina had been found face-down and unresponsive in a bathtub at her home on the morning of January 31.
High school senior Danyela had been staying on-and-off at Bobbi Kristina’s townhouse, which she shared with Gordon, in Roswell, Georgia.
Danyela was at the home on January 31 when Bobbi Kristina was found unconscious. Danyela’s boyfriend, accused drug dealer Max Lomas, 24, and Nick Gordon, 26, were also present.
Bobbi Kristina was placed in a medically-induced coma and later diagnosed with irreversible brain damage. She passed away on July 26 at the age of 22 – some three years after her superstar mother, Whitney Houston, died in eerily similar circumstances.
A civil lawsuit, filed on behalf of Bobbi Kristina’s estate, was amended after Bobbi Kristina's death with new accusations against Nick Gordon, claiming he drugged her with a ‘toxic cocktail’ and drowned her in a bathtub of cold water.
In an astonishing new revelation, the civil lawsuit claims a 'white girl' was lying on the bed in the master bedroom as the alleged altercation played out.
According to the suit, Gordon came out of the bathroom wearing different clothes, lay his head on the ankle of a female guest, and said: 'Now I want a pretty little white girl like you.'
The female guest is not identified in the papers but it has been confirmed that Danyela Bradley was present in the home at the time.
The newly-identified photograph of Danyela emerging from the hospital a day after Bobbi Kristina was admitted, has raised new questions as to what took place on the tragic night.
Danyela’s horrified mother, Marlene Bradley, told Daily Mail Online this week that she had no idea her daughter had even been at the hospital.
Marlene Bradley identified the disheveled figure in the hospital-issue wheelchair as her teenage daughter.
‘What happened – was she sick? I never heard about that, I had no idea,’ Marlene told Daily Mail Online at her home in Cumming, Georgia.
In a series of pictures taken from outside the hospital’s main entrance, Nick Gordon comes out of the hospital and paces up and down, before chatting with acquaintances.
He then goes back inside and emerges pushing Danyela in a wheelchair. The girl appears drowsy, her head lolls to the side and she has her knees pulled up to her chest. At one point, she curls over to one side of the chair.
A silver sedan then pulls up to the hospital entrance and Gordon helps Danyela into the back seat. The gray Camry is being driven by a young, white male wearing a baseball cap, believed to be Max Lomas.
All patients are wheeled out of North Fulton Hospital for safety reasons in order to prevent accidents, according to an employee. However, wheelchairs are also available at the information desk for hospital visitors to use if they are unable to walk.
It is not clear why Danyela was being wheeled out of North Fulton hospital or whether she had been admitted.
Her mother has no contact with her daughter and does not know where she is living with her boyfriend Max Lomas, reportedly in an upscale gated community with security–guard checkpoint in Duluth, Georgia.