As the authorities continue to try to piece together the circumstances surrounding Bobbi Kristina Brown’s tragic situation, sources close to her family have allegedly told TMZ that police officers did find drugs at her home.
According to the site, after initially executing a search warrant on Saturday, Roswell, GA police officers returned to the house to conduct a second, more thorough search, and allegedly seized a number of items, including drugs.
In response to our request to confirm the reports of a second search, the Roswell Police Department’s Public Information Officer, Lisa Holland told The Urban Daily the following:
“We have not returned to the house since the incident, and we will not be making any further statements about this rescue call.”
Also, the identity of the friend who was with Bobbi Kristina’s husband, Nick Gordon, has been revealed. According to a police report obtained by My Fox Atlanta, Maxwell Byron Lomas was there when Bobbi Kristina was found submerged in water, in a bathtub.
While it is impossible to surmise the nature of the relationship between Lomas and Bobbi Kristina, a search of the Fulton County Jail records found that on January 14, 2015, Lomas was arrested and jailed on the following charges:
- Possession Of Firearm Or Knife During Commission Of Or Attempt To Commit Certain Felonies
- Possession of Alprazolam
- VGCSA – Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute
Alprazolam, the drug at the center of the of the second charge, is a schedule IV controlled substance most commonly referred to by the brand name Xanax.
This post has been updated to reflect the response from the Roswell Police Department’s Public Information Officer, Lisa Holland. It is a developing story, we will continue to update as more details become available.