As a result of being banned from the funeral Nick’s mother, Michelle Gordon revealed to People magazine, “Nick went to the beach with me on Friday during the services.”
She added: “He said the beach was always their favourite place to go, so he decided that he would honour her at a place that they both loved.”
The 25-year-old pleaded with Bobbi’s dad, Bobby Brown and her aunt, Pat Houston to attend the service, writing in an email, “I loved Krissi with all my heart and I am destroyed that she is gone and I need to say goodbye.”
"I'm begging you both to please put your differences aside and allow me this chance. Krissi loved me very much and she would want me there. Please consider this?" he begged.
Although the pair referred to each other as husband and wife on social media, Nick's requests were still denied.
Nick is also currently facing a $USD10 million civil lawsuit filed by his late girlfriend’s conservators, accusing him of manipulating Bobbi and transferring a “large portion” of her funds into his own account.
Devastating final text messages from Bobbi to a close friend suggested that the couple had a severely fractured relationship.
But despite Nick being banned from the funeral, it was not without drama as personal feuds and disrespectful guests marred the occasion.
According to mourners, Bobbi’s Aunt Leolah Brown shouted at her niece’s guarantor Pat Houston and later told reporters that Whitney will “haunt” Pat from the grave.
Sickeningly, an extended family member also took a photo of the 22-year-old in her coffin and reportedly sold it a news outlet for $USD100,000.
Here’s hoping Bobbi can finally have her peace.