Lawyer denies reports Whitney Houston's daughter will be taken off life support on anniversary of singer's death

Bobbi Kristina Brown. Reuters

LOS ANGELES  - Bobbi Kristina Brown will not be taken off life support on Feb. 11, the third anniversary of mother Whitney Houston's death, contrary to reports from TMZ and Page Six.

Bobby Brown's lawyer released a statement denying the reports Tuesday, per CBS News: "We support the candlelight vigil for Bobbi Kristina. The Brown family is amazed by the love and support from all that attended. However the false reports that continue to appear in print and on the Internet are egregious, false and will be dealt with at an appropriate time. In particular, the false reporting of TMZ, The National Enquirer, The Atlanta Journal Constitution and the Daily Mail (UK) citing, police sources, family sources and Bobby Brown himself, will receive my attention. The desire to be 'first' has clouded the judgment of many reporters as they forgo accuracy. This is a criminal investigation and the integrity of that process requires silence."

"We continue to request privacy in this matter. We thank everyone that supported the vigil for Bobbi Kristina. God is hearing our prayers," added Bobby Brown.

Brown, 21, was placed in a medically induced coma on Jan. 31 after being found unconscious in a bathtub in her Roswell, Ga., home. Police are still investigating events leading up to the 911 call placed by Brown's partner, Nick Gordon. Brown reportedly had injuries to her face and body when paramedics arrived.

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