Whitney Houston’s daughter ‘evicted’

Whitney Houston’s daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown has reportedly been evicted from her Georgia apartment and now police are investigating after she allegedly left her neighbours a vitriolic letter.

Whitney Houston’s daughter has reportedly been evicted from her Georgia apartment.

Twenty-year-old Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of legendary soul diva Whitney and American rap star Bobbi Brown, is believed to have shared the Alpharetta home with her on/off fiancé Nick Gordon.

According to 11alive.com, the couple have been kicked out of the residence following several noise complaints.

Joshua Morse told the website he filed at least 10 complaints against the couple.

He also provided a letter he claims was handwritten by Bobbi Kristina.

In it, she appears to reference mourning her mother’s 2012 death and slams the couple for “making a hard year harder”.

“Thanks. You are sh*t at the bottom of our shoe. Thank You for making a hard year harder. You are a miserable couple and always will be,” the letter reads.

“You were honored to have us living above you and you couldn’t stand such a young beautiful couple far more successful than you ever will be,” it continues. “I pray your misery doesn’t rub off on your innocent little baby."

Morse told the website Bobbi Kristina has since moved out of the building.

TMZ reports Morse has filed a formal complaint with the Alpharetta Police Department and the matter is under investigation.

Bobbi Kristina and Nick will reportedly not face criminal charges.

The couple who received the letter are said to have wanted it documented due to "ongoing issues” with Bobbi Kristina and Nick.

Whitney Houston passed away on February 11, 2012. She was found submerged in the bathtub of a Beverly Hills, California hotel. The Coroner’s Office ruled the cause of death accidental drowning combined with the effects of “atherosclerotic heart disease and cocaine use". She was 48.
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Wednesday, 05. June 2013