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Bobby Brown and his family have decided to take Bobbi Kristina off of life support tomorrow, according to TMZ. The report states that the family came to the decision after realizing that there was no remaining hope for Kristina to pull through, and decided to wait until tomorrow to do it on the third anniversary of Whitney Houston's death. According to the NY Post, Kristina's grandmother, Cissy Houston, originally came up with the idea, which the rest of the family then agreed upon. Kristina was originally found unconscious in a bathtub on January 30 and was soon placed into a medically induced coma by doctors. Police have reportedly launched an investigation into the situation, and might suspect foul play in the matter based off of facial injuries that Kristina suffered when she was found. We will continue to update this story when more details emerge.

UPDATE: The Brown family has released an official statement this afternoon, though it doesn't give any exact details or an update on Kristina's condition. The statement does however call out TMZ and other news outlets for writing based on "unnamed sources." The statement can be seen below.

"We support the candlelight vigil for Bobbi Kristina. The Brown family is amazed by the love and support from all that attended." Said Christopher Brown of Brown & Rosen LLC, legal counsel for Bobby Brown. "However the false reports that continue to appear in print and on the internet are egregious, false and will be dealt with at an appropriate time. In particular, the false reporting of TMZ, The National Enquirer, The Atlanta Journal Constitution and the Daily Mail (UK) citing, police sources, family sources and Bobby Brown himself, will receive my attention. The desire to be "first" has clouded the judgment of many reporters as they forgo accuracy. This is a criminal investigation and the integrity of that process requires silence." Brown added.