Nick's mom Michelle flew in from Florida, but that didn't help matters.
"As soon as he saw his mother he was so happy to see his mother and he sat down and we started to talk and every minute or two he’d jump up and run out of the room, he would grab his phone and turn on a Whitney song, start playing it start wailing and crying and throw his phone on the floor,” Dr. Phil said.
The interview took place in Atlanta. Nick behaved erratically during the encounter.
“He’d get up, run out of the room and be knocking people out of the way running out into the hall, he didn’t like attack anybody, he ran into probably not two people probably 20 people just knocking people out of the way running out of the room down the hall,” Dr. Phil told "Extra."
Nick was not able to discuss the events leading up to Bobbi Kristina's medical emergency but is despondent over it, Dr. Phil said: "He feels very strongly that he has a tremendous sense of guilt, he says 'I feel like I let Whitney down, I feel like I've let Krissy down, I was supposed to protect her and I failed to do that'."
He recommended rehab: “I felt like if we did not get him to a structured and supervised environment I felt like his life was in danger.”