Bobbi Kristina Brown off the hook in underage gambling case
Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of the late diva Whitney Houston, will not be prosecuted for the underage gambling case she is involved in at a Las Vegas casino last month. There wasn’t enough evidence, so the case was eventually closed.
After the said incident was investigated by the enforcement division of the Nevada Gambling Control Board, Deputy Chief David Salas said that there was not sufficient evidence to prosecute Bobbi Kristina of criminal charges for underage gambling, therefore the case was eventually closed.
A video made rounds in the Internet last month, showing what appeared to be 19-year-old Bobbi Kristina Brown gambling at a slot machine, together with her 22-year-old boyfriend, Nick Gordon, at the MGM Resort and Casino. According to the law, the legal gambling age in Las Vegas is 21. Bobbi Kristina was in town that time to accept an honor for her later mother at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards.
Reports said that the MGM was very cooperative with the NGC during the investigation for the underage gambling case.
Meanwhile, cameras will also be following Bobbi Kristina Brown for the upcoming Lifetime series “The Houston Chronicles,” focusing on the family members Whitney Houston left behind.