Family of Bobby Brown banned from Bobbi Kristina's room in hospice following photo leak
The family of rapper Bobby Brown have been banned from his dying daughter's bedside after somebody offered to sell a photo of her in the hospice.
TMZ.com are reporting Brown's family have been told they can no longer visit the 21-year-old in the hospice - the ban does not apply to her father Bobby.
TMZ report that the ban came into place as security guards believe one of Brown family members took a photo of Bobbi and offered it to a number of news outlets.
Sources told the website security alerted members of Whitney Houston's family that there was evidence pointing to a member of Brown's extended family as the person who took the picture.
The image has been "shopped" around to a number of websites and organisations for an asking price of $100,000. The organisations have not taken up the offer and the image has not been published.
This evening, TMZ reported that the legal guardians of Bobbi Kristina's estate took the decision to ban the Brown family from visiting.
Rapper Bobby will continue to visit his daughter - on Sunday, he told media outlets he was determined to find the culprit who took the image and is trying to sell it to the highest bidder.
Read more here: Father, aunt named Brown guardians
Bobbi Kristina - the only daughter of the late singer Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown - was moved to the hospice last month after doctors treating her told her family they could do no more for her.
Her family have said her life is in "God's hands" but have accepted she is likely to pass away soon.
Bobbi Kristina was found face down in a bath tub of water in January and was rushed to hospital. The incident is under investigation by police in Atlanta. Bobbi Kristina has been unresponsive since.