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Bobbi Kristina 'Was Euthanized!' Brown's 'Witch Doctor' Claims She Didn't Have To Die

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Bobbi Kristina Brown did not have to die!

That's the explosive claim being made by "Doctor" Jollie Harris III, a spiritual healer who visited the 22-year-old in her final days at an Atlanta hospice. Now, for the first time, Harris is speaking out exclusively to about what he claims really happened to Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown's tragic daughter.

According to Harris, Bobbi Kristina's death on July 26, 2015, was a "mercenary killing!"

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"In my opinion, she was euthanized," he said in a world exclusive interview. "No one should have to leave the earth the way 'princess' Bobbi Kristina left here. It was inhumane."

As previously reported, the 22-year-old was deemed brain-dead and surviving on a ventilator after being found unconscious in a bathtub Jan. 31, at her suburban Atlanta home. After stays at two hospitals, she was moved to the Peachtree Christian Hospice in Duluth, Ga., and taken off of life-support drugs.

A spiritual adviser and healer, Harris was called to help Bobbi Kristina by Whitney Houston's goddaughter Brandi Burnside and her husband Max Lux, the star of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood. Harris is normally based in Los Angeles, where he runs the Feed God's Sheep Missionary Church, but he quickly made the trip to Georgia with "two gallons of juice made of different herbs and seeds and oils" in tow.

He explained, "This was going to heal her from the inside and outside."

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Despite his unconventional methods, Harris said Bobbi Kristina's dad Bobby Brown was open to trying any method to revive his daughter.

When they met, "There were tears in his eyes," Harris claimed. "I told him, 'You are going with faith. I told him we need to go God's way because man is giving up on your child and there's nothing you can do.'"

Harris said Brown then took him into Bobbi Kristina's room, and what he saw there was drastically different than the dire scene fans had imagined as her condition worsened.

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"They said that she was in a coma," Harris told "But I noticed right away that she was NOT in a coma … She had motor skills!"

Harris claimed, "She was breathing on her own."

And when he did "pressure point tests," pressing on her extremities to "tell how much life was left in her body, he told, "Princess Bobbi Kristina kicked out … I started smiling and I said 'Thank you Jesus! She is alive and the blood is moving.'"

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Even more shockingly, he claimed, Bobbi Kristina made noises and motions as if she was "trying to get up!"

"She raised about maybe two inches off of her pillow and she stared," he claimed. "She stared at me."

"She raised her head to let us know … that she recognized that God was here to do his will."

Encouraged, Harris told he promised the family he'd be able to bring her back to life, but Bobbi Kristina's aunt Pat Houston and a coterie of doctors refused to allow him to do further treatments.

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"She said her reason for saying no … She said that Bobbi Kristina would not wanna live being a paraplegic. She said that Bobbi Kristina would not wanna live being bed-ridden. She said Bobbi Kristina would not wanna live if she could not sing or dance or perform like she normally does."

Now, he's left to live with the belief that he could have been the one to save her.

Overcome with emotion, he said, "I am 1000%, in my heart and my soul, that her body could have been restored, redeemed along with her faith .. God showed me a vision of Bobbi Kristina standing and walking again and going back to the stage.

If Pat had allowed him to use his ointments, Harris said, "I believe Bobbi Kristina's life could have been saved and would have been saved."



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