Early Sign Of Trouble? Bobbi Kristina Brown Suffered Secret Seizure Before Coma

Bobbi Kristina Brown Seizure

Feb. 11 2015, Updated 7:19 a.m. ET

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Bobbi Kristina Brown's sudden hospitalization stunned the world, but has learned that there were early signs of medical issues. According to a newly released police report, she "fell on the floor and became unresponsive" in her home nearly two years ago, prompting boyfriend Nick Gordon to call for an ambulance.

The same department investigating the near-drowning of Whitney Houston's daughter released the July 2013 incident report Tuesday.

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"When I arrived on scene I met with Nicholas Gordon who stated his girlfriend, Bobbi Brown, fell on the floor and became unresponsive. Gordon described it as a seizure," the responding police officer wrote. "Brown said she has no history of medical conditions and has never had seizures before. Brown was disoriented and transported to Emory Johns Creek Hospital by RMA."

Brown's collapse happened in the same town home where Gordon and another man say they found her unconscious in her bath tub on January 31. The duo called 911 and Brown has been hospitalized in a medical coma ever since.

Nick Gordon

Roswell detectives are conducting an investigation into the latest incident.

Lawyers for Max Lomas, the friend who first found Brown in the tub, are meeting this week with prosecutors.

Gordon, who Brown called her husband, told police bruises found on her chest were the result of frantic efforts to revive her while waiting for paramedics to arrive at her suburban Atlanta town home, according to a friend of Gordon's.



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