Report: Family Considers Sending Whitney Houston's Daughter to Rehab

February 13, 2012 04:53:35 GMT

After Bobbi Kristina was released from the hospital where she was treated for stress and anxiety, words come out that her family fears she might be suicidal following her mother's death.


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Whitney Houston's daughter with Bobby Brown seems to have left others worried sick about her in the wake of the singer's sudden passing. Family of Bobbi Kristina, according to TMZ, is considering to send her to rehab out of fear that the 18-year-old girl might be suicidal.

TMZ claimed that Bobbi was "hysterical, exhausted and inconsolable" after learning about her mother's death. Another source offered similar remark to Us Weekly, saying that the teenager is having "a total breakdown." The source added, "She is freaking out, uncontrollably sobbing. Everybody is worried."

The suicidal speculation surfaced shortly after it was reported that Bobbi has been released from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. The teenager was transported by ambulance to the Los Angeles hospital from the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday, February 12 afternoon after allegedly "having a complete breakdown". She was treated for "stress and anxiety."

On the same day Bobbi was rushed to the hospital, singer Kim Burrell revealed to CNN on the red carpet of the 54th Annual Grammy Awards that she was with the teenager after Whitney died. "As to be expected, she's overwhelmed -- it's her mother. She knows how much her mother meant to the world. And Bobbi Kristina has a huge heart, just like her mother," she said.

In related news, Bobbi's father has canceled a scheduled concert appearance with New Edition in Nashville to be with the teenager in Los Angeles. New Edition agent Jeff Allen confirmed to E! News that Bobby was taking an evening flight back to Los Angeles on Sunday.

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