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Nick Gordon: I hate Bobbi Kristina Brown's father Bobby Brown, I miss her so much

By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 03/09/2015 

Nick Gordon apparently had an emotional breakdown during his appearance on Dr. Phil, which will air Wednesday, March 11.

CBS News obtained a sneak peek of Gordon on Dr. Phil in which he broken down into tears and lamented about his longtime girlfriend Bobbi Kristina Brown, who has been in the hospital on life support since January 31, the day she was found face down and unresponsive in her home's bathtub. 

"I miss Krissy and [her late mother Whitney Houston] so much... I want them back," Gordon sobbed in the preview. "I hate [her father] Bobby Brown."

Gordon, 25, was sitting beside his mother Michelle during the interview. She appeared to attempt to comfort him multiple times as she also cried.

Gordon has been publicly feuding with Bobby for visitation rights. Both parties have different stories to tell about what Gordon's relationship is with the family and whether he's welcome to see Bobbi Kristina.

"I'm getting to the point where I'm getting frustrated," Gordon told Dr. Phil, according to CBS.

Gordon's interview then quickly turned into an intervention.

"You've been drinking a lot though, right?" Dr. Phil asked him before warning Gordon's mother, "Your son, left to his own devices, will be dead inside a week."

When Dr. Phil told Gordon he'd be entering rehab right away, Gordon stormed off upset, stopping their conversation in its tracks.

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