ATLANTA — The death of Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of Whitney Houston, came as sad news to fans of the troubled family. Now, a new detail has surfaced in the case.
FOX 5 News Atlanta is reporting a woman who was working in the hospice care center where Brown passed away was recently arrested for pretending to be a nurse.
According to the report, the woman, Taiwo Sobamowo, is now going to be charged with impersonating a nurse, and detectives have warrants against Sobamawo for forgery and identity theft for her fraudulent employment at the Peachtree Christian Hospice.
Sobamowo is still under investigation for the forgery and identity theft charges,and has yet to appear before a judge after being arrested in North Carolina on Sunday.
Russell claims that this is a "stunning new development" in the case of Brown's death, but it is not immediately clear if Sobamowo's employment at the hospice center where Brown passed away had any connection to the 22 year-old's death.
However, Russell was able to confirm that Sobamowo was in fact one of the nurses who treated Bobbi Kristina during her two-month stay at the facility, and suggests that there may be new details forthcoming in the case of Brown's death.
An official with the Forsyth County Sheriff's Office confirmed the arrest and said that they will be releasing more information in the morning.