by Tyler Johnson
It’s been seven weeks since Bobbi Kristina Brown was found unconscious in her bathtub.
The only child of the late Whitney Houston has been in a medically induced coma ever since, and it now appears unlikely that she’ll never regain consciousness.
The Brown-Houston family has discussed removing Bobbi Kristina from life support, but the decision has always been delayed in hopes that the 22-year-old would make a miraculous recovery.
As the weeks turn into months, the last glimmers of hope are fading, and Radar Online is reporting that the family will gather in Atlanta this week to decide if Bobbi Kristina should be disconnected from the machines that are currently keeping her alive.
Sources say the decision will ultimately be made by her father, Bobby Brown, but he has requested the counsel of several other family members, including Bobbi Kristina’s grandmother, Cissy Houston.
Brown has balked at removing his daughter from life support in the past, stating that he believes she’ll make a full recovery through the power of prayer.
A previous attempt to take Bobbi Kristina out of her coma resulted in violent seizures, and reportedly helped Brown that there is virtually no chance of his daughter regaining consciousness.
Neurologist Dr. Michael DeGeorgia says Bobbi has been sedated for an unusually long time, and the final decision may not even be up to the Browns.
If doctors at Emory University Hospital determine that there is no hope for Bobbi Krisitna’s survival, they may discontinue treatment without the family’s consent.