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Drugs Found During Second Search Of Bobbi Kristina Brown’s Home

Bobbi Kristina Brown Drugs

Feb. 3 2015, Updated 10:10 a.m. ET

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Bobbi Kristina Brown’s relatives say drugs were recovered during a second search of the ailing 21-year-old’s suburban Atlanta townhome, according to online reports.

As previously reported, authorities did not recover any narcotics during their initial sweep of the home, but a second, more comprehensive search revealed that there were drugs on the premises.

Police insiders believe that drug use led to the daughter of the late Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown being found unconscious, face-down in a bathtub Saturday, according to online reports.

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In the meantime, Bobbi Kristina remained “fighting for her life ... surrounded by immediate family,” her relatives said in a statement Monday.

Well wishes continued to pour in from the show business community, with personalities ranging from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Kyle Richards to another second-generation star with musical parents, Frances Bean Cobain, sending their best.

Bobbi Kristina Brown

The tragedy comes nearly three years after her mother’s Feb. 11, 2012 death at 48 -- in which she was also found in a bathtub -- at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Upon investigation, authorities said that the “I Will Always Love You” singer accidentally drowned, with cocaine use and heart disease as contributing factors in her premature passing.

Watch: Family friends of Bobbi Kristina Brown gather outside the hospital where Bobbi fights for her life



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