Bobbi Kristina Brown has been moved to another hospital in Atlanta for treatment related to her brain. The daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown was moved from North Fulton Hospital to Emory University Hospital, one of the nation’s leading facilities for neurology.

Bobbi Kristina was found unresponsive in a bathtub Saturday (Jan. 31) by her boyfriend Nick Gordon and a friend. The 21-year-old was rushed to North Fulton hospital where she was placed on a ventilator. Recently, family members saw a ray of hope as Kristina opened her eyes briefly. They're hoping that action wasn't a reflex.

Medical Expert Dr. Sujatha Reddy, who is not involved in Brown's treatment, told 11Alive that she still has a long road to recovery ahead of her.

"Just because she's blinking her eyes doesn't mean she's out of the woods," he said. "There's still a possibility that there could be significant brain damage. I hope there isn't. We're just not going to know until time goes on and she wakes up."

In addition, Christopher Brown, Bobby Brown's attorney, issued a statement to deny earlier reports that his child was married to Gordon.

"To correct earlier reports, Bobbi Kristina is not and has never been married to Nick Gordon," reads the press release. "We continue to request privacy in this matter.”

Just for the record, Kristina tweeted out last year that she and Gordon were "happily married" and a rep for the Houston family confirmed the news as well.

Meanwhile, a video has surfaced of a somber Bobby Brown, along with his wife, walking to Emory Hospital to visit his daughter. The veteran R&B singer didn’t talk to the media and kept his head down.

11Alive also reports that days before Bobbi Kristina’s unfortunate incident, she went to a local tattoo parlor to get three piercings. According to the owner of the shop, she was upbeat and eager to go into the studio to record new music for an album.

We send our prayers to the Brown and Houston families. We hope that Bobbi Kristina pulls through this ordeal.

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