Nick Gordon shares intimate Bobbi Kristina Brown photos: "You're the first thing I think about when I wake up..."
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 01/30/2017
Nick Gordon has shared two personal photos of Bobbi Kristina Brown nearly two years after his late girlfriend was found unresponsive in their shared home's bathtub on January 31, 2015.
Gordon, 26, posted one photo of Brown smiling and another of the couple passionately kissing Monday, January 30 on Twitter.
"You're the first thing I think about when I wake up and the last thing I think about before I go to sleep," Gordon tweeted alongside the split-screen images. "I love&missyou RIH my angel."
Brown passed away at age 22 about six months after she was discovered face down in the tub and fell into a coma.
In November 2016, Gordon was ordered to pay over $36 million after an Atlanta, GA, judge ruled him legally responsible for Brown's death in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by her estate months earlier.
Fulton County Superior Court Judge T. Jackson Bedford ruled in favor of Brown's estate due to the fact Gordon failed to appear in court for two hearings for the case.
Gordon has never been criminally charged in Brown's death, but according to a People source from the Fulton County DA's office, a criminal investigation is "still ongoing" and "there are no new updates at this time."
In legal paperwork related to the suit, Brown's court-appointed conservator alleged Gordon "injected" her with a "toxic mixture" during a "violent altercation" at their Roswell, GA, home. He then allegedly placed her, unconscious, in the bathtub filled with cold water that January day.
Gordon's camp has maintained he's innocent of any wrongdoing from the start. His legal team said in a March 2016 statement the lawsuit is "slanderous" and "meritless."
When asked to comment on the anniversary of finding Brown unconscious, Gordon bluntly said, "How do you think I feel? How would you feel?"
A source close to Gordon insisted he hasn't been doing well since being found civilly liable for the death of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown's daughter considering the verdict wasn't based on the facts of the case.