Whitney Houston‘s family attorney has come forward to set the record straight on what really went down with Bobby Brown at the funeral Saturday!
He dished on all the arrangements made before the service with Bobby Brown, even the specifics regarding interaction with his daughter Bobbi Kristina and why they expected Brown would leave early.
In an attempt to clarify what happened on Saturday afternoon, Mark Trigg, the family attorney, said that Brown had agreed that he wouldn’t approach Bobbi Kristina unless she reached out to him first. The agreement also stipulated that while Brown could sit in the first three rows with Whitney’s family, Brown’s other children were supposed to sit in the back with their uncle. But Brown wanted all of his children to sit with him, and he also tried to approach Bobbi Kristina to comfort her—prompting security to move in.
Security “discretely, politely, respectfully asked the children to sit with their uncle,” Trigg told WVEE-FM in Atlanta, according to a report on the website, reddingnewsreview.com.
When Brown tried to go to Bobbi Kristina to comfort her, “he was asked to return to his seat,” Trigg said. “He decided that he wanted to leave the service.”
The lawyer acknowledged that it was a difficult day and that anyone could exercise poor judgment under such trying circumstances.