By E. Parker
More information abut the death of Whitney Houston’s daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, have emerged through recently released court papers.
A deposition from Danyela Bradley, a former roommate of Brown, was released on Monday (Oct. 26). Bradley was at the house where Brown was found in a bathtub unresponsive back in January.
In the deposition, Bradley says Bobbi Kristina was known to abuse drug.
“She smoked marijuana, she probably smoked crack often and also did heroin,” Bradley said in the deposition, as reported by People. Bradley admitted that she never saw Bobbi Kristina use heroin, but was clear that she used. “When I was living with her, she had done it maybe, like, not often, like every two weeks or so.”
The witness also spoke on the relationship between Bobbi Kristina and her boyfriend Nick Gordon, who has been accused of injecting Bobbi with the drugs that killed her.
“They had a very happy, loving relationship,” Bradley said.
Bobbi Kristina Brown is the daughter of singers Bobby Brown and Witney Houston, who died on July 26 at the age of 22, after a prolonged coma.