Nick Gordon did not ‘meet terms’ to visit Bobbi Kristina Brown, her father says

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Bobbi Kristina Brown arrives to the Los Angeles premiere of "Sparkle" on August 16, 2012 with Nick Gordon. (Photo: Getty Images)

Bobbi Kristina Brown arrives to the Los Angeles premiere of “Sparkle” on August 16, 2012 with Nick Gordon. (Photo: Getty Images)

ATLANTA (CNN) — As Bobbi Kristina Brown fights for her life at an Atlanta hospital, the public spat between her boyfriend and her family goes on.

In social media posts, Nick Gordon said he’s been prevented from visiting Brown, the daughter of music legend Whitney Houston.

“Let me in the hospital to see my girl and let her hear my voice,” he tweeted Saturday. “If she hears my voice, let me massage her, play her favorite music I believe it will help.”

But Brown’s father slammed the accusation, saying Gordon was offered a chance to visit her.

“Let me be very clear, Mr. Gordon was offered an opportunity to potentially visit Bobbi Kristina and he declined to meet the terms of any possible visit,” R&B singer Bobby Brown said in a statement through his lawyers.

“Obviously Mr. Gordon is not as desperate to visit Bobbi Kristina as he wants the world to believe.”

The statement did not specify what the terms were.

The 21-year-old woman remains in a medically induced coma at Emory University three weeks after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub.

Doctors are attempting to slowly lift her coma, according to sources close to the family. Her breathing tube has been removed, and she will now be ventilated through a hole in her throat.

Police have said they’re treating her case as a criminal investigation after she was found on January 31 at her home in Roswell, Georgia.

The extent of her injuries is not known.

Her mother, who died in 2012, was similarly found in a bathtub. A coroner ruled Houston’s death an accidental drowning, with heart disease and cocaine use listed as contributing factors.

Brown is her only child.

CNN’s Dana Ford, MaryLynn Ryan and Carolyn Sung contributed to this report.