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Bobby Kristina Wasted At Whitney Burial?

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Eyewitnesses say that Bobbi Kristina Brown (19) appeared “wasted” at the burial of her mother Whitney Houston on Sunday.

It’s not surprising really. As we told you previously, Bobbi Kristina was missing for several hours after the emotionally draining going home service for her mother on Saturday. That service was a grueling four hour long.

Bobbi was reportedly discovered later, in the early hours of Sunday, having been doing drugs.

Bobbi’s father Bobby Brown and others among her family are said to be deeply concerned about the teenager’s drug use and psychological state since her mother’s as yet unexplained death the previous week.

Bobbi Kristina almost didn’t make it to her mother’s burial on Sunday, according to our source.

She didn’t want to be there and people who saw her said her eyes looked glassy and she appeared “disconnected.” She is said to have not been eating or sleeping well since Whitney Houston died unexpectedly in the bathroom of her suite at a Beverly Hills hotel.

In the first few hours following Whitney Houston’s death, Bobbi was hospitalized twice

The family are worried she seems to want to spend more time with her friends than she does with them, and that these friends are older and a bad influence on her.

Her father, Bobby Brown, wants Bobbi to go to rehab “to get her through the grieving process without falling back on alcohol or drugs to mask her pain,” according to an insider.

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