Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family have been taking steps to deal with her estate as she remains in hospice care.
Her aunt and co-legal guardian Pat Houston has reportedly cleaned out the 22-year-old’s townhouse in Roswell, Georgia, and a neighbour has spoken about recent activity in the house.
The neighbour told People magazine: “The Houstons brought moving vans and filled up an entire dumpster with trash.
“I was concerned about her little dogs, so I went over to inquire. The Houstons assured me they were being loved and well taken care of.”
A source added: “The townhouse was cleaned out because no one was living there.”
Pat, who is married to Whitney Houston’s brother Gary and was once the late singer’s manager, kept the music plaques that had once been given to mark milestones in Whitney’s legendary career from the home, according to Us Weekly.
“She kept all the pictures and Whitney’s platinum and gold album plaques,” an insider said. “But she threw everything else out.”
Pat has reportedly found a new place for Bobbi Kristina’s belongings, as the source said: “Everything is at Pat’s house now.”
The family are going through an emotional time, with Pat remaining close to the aspiring singer in the last few weeks.
“She visits every day and often spends the night,” the source said of Pat, who shares the legal guardianship with Bobbi Kristina’s dad Bobby Brown.
Pat is also being the crutch of support for Cissy Houston, who is currently unable to travel from her home in New Jersey to Atlanta.
“Pat calls Cissy and lets her speak to Bobbi over the phone,” an insider told UsWeekly.
“Cissy wants to be there badly.”
It comes as Bobbi’s cousin Jerod has penned a song about how the aspiring singer struggled to cope following her mum Whitney’s tragic death.