Bobbi Kristina's life support ends on Whitney's anniversary?

BOBBI Kristina Brown's life support machine will reportedly be turned off on the third anniversary of her mother's death. 

The 21-year-old aspiring actress - who was found unresponsive in a bath tub in her Atlanta home late last month - is currently on life support at Emory University Hospital but it set to be taken off the machine by her family on Wednesday exactly three years to the day her mother Whitney passed away in a bath at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Bobbi Kristina's father Bobby has made the heart-breaking decision after being told my doctors there was no hope of his daughter recovering.

According to website, the Whitney's mother Cissy has requested the raven-haired beauty's life support be pulled on the anniversary of the late singer's death to "bond mother and daughter for eternity."

Bobbi Kristina's family are said to be very emotional but agree it's the right thing to do.

Her cousin, Jerod Brown, recently revealed on his Facebook page that the "odds are against" her pulling through. 

He posted on Facebook: "Though it seems the odds are against her, though doctors don't see any hope for change, though we might want to play detective and find out how she got there, though it looks impossible for her to stand again STILL PRAY FOR BK. (sic)"

The news comes shortly after police were reported to have stepped up their investigation into the incident after Bobbi was found to have suffered facial injuries before she was discovered lifeless in the bathroom.

It was previously claimed authorities have been looking into a possible altercation between Bobbi and her boyfriend Nick Gordon which took place over an hour before their friend Max Lomas discovered the unconscious starlet.

Max is believed to have told police Nick was acting strangely, but has requested immunity before agreeing to speak with officers again.

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