Bobby Brown Jr. Died As A Result Of Alcohol, Cocaine And Fentanyl Abuse

Bobby Brown Jr.

Singer Bobby Brown’s son bafflingly passed on in November 2020, and as indicated by a post-mortem examination report, a combined effects of liquor, cocaine and the incredible narcotic fentanyl caused the demise of Bobby Brown Jr.

Bobby Brown Jr. was discovered dead in his Los Angeles home. He was 28. The report saw a background marked by alcohol and drug use and a scraped spot on his right arm.

However, there was no proof of internal injuries and Brown’s death was recorded as accidental as indicated by the report.

That said, Singer Bobby Brown, who has suffered from substance abuse before, grieved the demise of his former spouse, hotshot artist and entertainer Whitney Houston in 2012.

Bobby Brown Jr., with his dad Bobby Brown

She was hitched to him from 1992 to 2007 and passed on not long before the 2012 Grammy Awards after unintentionally suffocating in a bath with coronary illness and cocaine as contributing variables, the coroner dominated. Whitney Houston passed on at age 48.

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Sadly, after three years the couple’s only child, Bobbi Kristina Brown, was also found unresponsive in the bath at her Roswell, Georgia home. She was admitted, first in an emergency clinic and afterward in hospice for almost a half year prior to dying in July 2015.

As per the post-mortem, the 22-year-old’s demise was brought about by drug inebriation and drenching which prompted pneumonia and brain damage.

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