Singer Bobby Brown, father of Bobbi Kristina Brown, yesterday denied reports that family members are preparing to say goodbye to the comatose music scion.
"If we issued a statement every time the media published a false report regarding this matter, that's all we would be doing 24 hours a day," Bobby Brown said in a statement to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "This is false, just as is the vast majority of the other reporting that is currently taking place."
Separately, Bobby Brown responded to "Access Hollywood" asking how his daughter was doing, saying, "She's good," and adding, "We're praying."
The syndicated entertainment-news program additionally questioned reports that Bobbi Kristina Brown had been taken off life support, noting there has been no official word that she is or has ever been on life support.
Doctors did induce a coma after her longtime partner, Nick Gordon, and a friend, Max Lomas, discovered her unresponsive in a bathtub in her town house in Roswell, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. Gordon and a police officer who responded to a 911 call performed CPR before Brown was taken by ambulance to North Fulton Hospital in Roswell. She later was moved to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.
People magazine, citing an unnamed family member, said a doctor told the family on Wednesday that nothing more could be done for the 21-year-old daughter of Brown and the late pop star Whitney Houston.
The incident occurred less than two weeks before the third anniversary of her mother's death under similar circumstances on Feb. 11, 2012, at age 48.