Bobby Brown is shooting down reports his family is in the process of making a new reality show that will capture the crisis stemming from Bobbi Kristina Brown's medical condition.

"There is no Brown family reality show that is in production which chronicles Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina or the medical emergency she presently faces at Emory Hospital. These reports are irresponsible," Bobby's lawyer Christopher Brown said in a statement obtained by the Daily News.

Last week, Bobbi Kristina was reportedly taken out of a coma although she still remains on life support, which includes a ventilator and feeding tube.

Bobbi Kristina was found face down and unresponsive in her home's bathtub on January 31. Her longtime boyfriend Nick Gordon attempted to revive her before she was rushed to the hospital.

"Bobbi Kristina and Bobby Brown are dealing with enough right now," Christopher said, adding that they don't need "false reports" to "inject negativity into their lives."

The statement continued to include Bobby's repeated request for privacy and the notion that their prayers are being heard.

Because Bobbi Kristina's body had injuries on it and Gordon has a history of domestic violence, Gordon has remained the center of this case's criminal investigation.

TMZ broke the news of the potential reality show on Tuesday after unidentified sources came forward to claim Bobby's siblings and their children are shooting on-camera segments to share their personal feelings about Bobbi Kristina's grim condition.

Bobby's sisters Tina and Leolah as well as his nephew Shayne are reportedly involved with the show.

"I hope it's not true," Gordon's attorney Randy Kessler said, according to People.