Dangerous Company: Bobbi Kristina Pal Max Lomas Accused Of Drugging Girlfriend, Holding Her Hostage Before Drug & Firearm Arrest

Bobbi Kristina Brown Friend Criminal

Feb. 3 2015, Published 4:30 p.m. ET

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Bobbi Kristina Brown hadn’t been keeping the most upstanding company in the months before her tragic medical crisis.

Max Lomas, the 24-year-old who discovered the late Whitney Houston’s troubled daughter unconscious in her bathtub on Saturday morning, was suspected of drugging his much younger girlfriend and holding her hostage before he was arrested for drug and firearm possession earlier this month, can exclusively reveal.

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According to the Roswell, Georgia, police report obtained by, officers were dispatched to a local residence on a welfare check for Lomas’s girlfriend, 18-year-old Danyela Bradley, on January 14.


"I was advised by Sgt Desrosiers that family members were worried about Danyela Bradley being held against her will by Maxwell Lomas, who was possibly drugging her so she would not run away,"Officer M. Matthews wrote in the report.

Once officers entered the apartment, they discovered Lomas, Bradley, a friend— and a suspicious scent.

"When we approached the door I could smell a strong odor of fresh marijuana,"Matthews continued.

Lomas was promptly arrested for possession of a firearm/knife, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of prescription drug Xanax.

As previously reported, he was held behind bars until he posted bail five days later. He attended a hearing in the case on Friday, just one day before he found an unresponsive Brown, 21, submerged in bath water at the home she shares with husband Nick Gordon, 25.

Bobbi Kristina Brown

Brown is not only good friends with Lomas— The National ENQUIRER reported that they once dated— but she is also close to Bradley.

The aspiring singer posted a sweet selfie with Bradley just weeks before her near-death incident.

Brown is currently clinging to life in a medically induced coma at an Atlanta hospital.



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