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Bobbi Kristina's aunt insists "she was getting better;" says Brown family didn't take photo

Bobbi Kristina Brown remains in hospice care "in God's hands," as accusations and rumors regarding a photo supposedly taken of her swirl.

Numerous media outlets including TMZ have reported that someone has been offering to sell a photo of Bobbi Kristina, whose family had her moved to hospice care last month. TMZ later reported that members of the Brown family are now prohibited from visiting her hospice room.

Bobbi Kristina's aunt Leolah Brown, who has frequently posted updates on her Facebook page, is fulminating about the photo and insists no one from her family is the culprit:

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"Please know that, that picture that was taken of my niece, Bobbi Kristina was taken when NO other Brown was around her. My brothers KNOW this and we have already determined who we are sure it WAS NOT! And believe me-IT WAS NOT A BROWN!"

Leolah also said she was surprised her niece ended up in hospice care to begin with.

"Bobbi Kristina WAS GETTING BETTER! Now all the sudden she's in hospice! And not only is she in hospice today-but some money hungry ugly beast saw fit to take her picture BEFORE she was "put" in hospice to gain dirty money in their pockets!"

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