Nick Gordon pleads: If she hears my voice she'll wake up

2015-02-24 13:12

Los Angeles - Bobbi Kristina Brown's boyfriend is convinced she will "wake up" if he is allowed to visit her.

The 25 year old claims his girlfriend's family have refused to let him visit the 21-year-old aspiring singer at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, where she is still fighting for her life in a coma after being found face down in her bathtub on 31 January, and is confident his presence would have a positive impact.

He tweeted her father, Bobby Brown in a plea to get back visitation rights

Bobby and his lawyer have previously revealed Nick was offered the chance to see his girlfriend but refused to "meet the terms" that were set out for a possible visit and now Nick's attorneys have admitted they advised against him meeting the conditions as he was only "offered an opportunity to potentially meet with Bobbi Kristina" so said he should turn it down "in light of Mr. Brown's inability to guarantee access".

The legal team claim Nick has made repeated requests for a personal meeting with the Two Can Play that Game hitmaker and remains hopeful of a "change of heart".

The lawyers, Randall Kessler and Joe Habachy, said in a statement: "Bobby Brown has consistently prohibited Nick, who Bobbi Kristina would want by her side, from being there...

"In an effort to do all he can to visit, Nick has repeatedly offered to meet with Mr. Brown privately to discuss his request in person, rather than through lawyers," the statement read.

"Those offers have also been rejected. We hope Mr. Brown has a change of heart."

Nick recently urged his Twitter followers to pray for the starlet, who is the daughter of Bobby and the late Whitney Houston, and has continued to

It has also been reported that Nick has since been banned from her home.

A source said: ''Nick has been told the townhouse is no longer available for him to live in and to find other living accommodations.'' publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.

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