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Whitney Houston Abandoned Bobbi Kristina At Doorstep Right After Birth, Pal Claims

Three years after Bobbi Kristina Brown's tragic OD death, a longtime friend of the family is speaking out about the star's sad childhood, troubled parents, and dark upbringing.

Krissi "hated her life," revealed Whitney Houston's sister-in-law, Pat Houston, in a new documentary about the iconic singer. She added that the celeb daughter had a difficult childhood from the very start, and never really found her place in life.

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According to PEOPLE, Whitney's former friend Ellen "Aunt Bae" White also spoke of Krissi's tragic upbringing, claiming that a "hunched over" Whitney dropped her off at her doorstep as soon as she was born, and asked her to bathe her. The singer allegedly left her daughter under Ellen's care until she was eight years old.

A clip inside the shocking documentary allegedly shows Kristina snorting cocaine, as Ellen is heard explaining in a voiceover that the young starlet was sent to the ER for cutting her arms too deep following years of battling with depression.

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A tearful Ellen explained that while Whitney and then-husband Bobby Brown loved Kristina, they "didn't take care," for her. "They just left her to the wolves."

As readers know, Bobbi Kristina died six months after being found unconscious in a bathtub in 2015 at jut 22 years old. Her famous mother died in her own bathtub just three years prior.

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