I don't know to believe it, because of the source
Bobby's sister went to the enquirer, and she was right. Those Browns have zero issue selling the family business, so as much as I hate to, I kinda believe this.
Why didn't the grandmothers step in? You'd think they would, SOMEBODY SHOULD, but you know, I grew up in the same situation, and you know nobody in my family wanted to do anything for my brothers and I. My family just ignored it, and wrote us kids off. One of my grandmothers told me they would take us, but they didn't want to be bothered with our mother screaming and raging. So...sadly, a lot of families just don't want to be bothered with kids who have been exposed to that; they think the kids are too troublesome.
Very true, kids who grow up in that go to one side or the other. I'm definitely on the "hate drugs" side.
I really hope, and will pray that this girl's life can be saved. I think the thing that saved me was being poor; I had to work for everything, and so I had to have hope, and goals, and such. I had, and still have to fight for my life.
This girl has grown up spoiled, everything was handed to her. On that show, she seemed miserable, and all they did was throw money, clothes, and food at her. She doesn't know how to fight for her life, cause she doesn't have to. I hope she comes out on the other side of this. Even if this story is false, you can see from the pictures, she's in trouble.