Boyfriend's Alibi? Bobbi Kristina Brown Bruises Were Caused By CPR Effort, Friend Claims

Bobbi Kristina Brown Bruises CPR

Feb. 9 2015, Published 6:30 p.m. ET

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Amid new reports that police are investigating mysterious injuries found on Bobbi Kristina Brown's body, has learned that a friend of her boyfriend, Nick Gordon, is insisting that any injuries were caused by frantic efforts to revive her in the minutes after she was found unconscious in a bath tub.

Documentary producer Daphne Barak, who became close friends with Brown and Gordon while working on a production last year, says Gordon told her in a phone call that he bruised his girlfriend's chest while performing CPR. The revelation came during a taping of Nancy Grace that will air Monday evening.

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"Nick told me that the bruises were from his CPR," Barak said. He said that's also what told detectives when they asked him about injuries on Brown, she claims.

Roswell, Georgia, police also asked Gordon to not leave Atlanta while they investigate the near-drowning of Brown, Barak revealed.

Gordon, however, has not been allowed to return to the suburban Atlanta town house where he lived with Brown, a source close to the Houston family tells Whitney Houston's sister controls the trust which owns the home.

Bobbi Kristina Brown

Max Lomas, the man who says he found an unconscious Brown in her bath tub is expected to meet with Fulton County prosecutors along with his newly-hired lawyers in the next two days, one of the lawyers tells

"We have been in contact with Fulton County District Attorney's office trying to arrange a meeting as soon possible," attorney John Petrey told Monday. The meeting is expected to happen Tuesday or Wednesday.

No one has been charged or officially named as a suspect at this time.



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