Photos of Bobbi Kristina inside hospice care have been shopped to several major media outlets

By Lindsay Kimble
Updated July 04, 2015 11:35 AM
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Bobbi Kristina Brown‘s aunt Leolah Brown is speaking out after news broke that photos of her ailing niece at her Atlanta-area hospice are reportedly being shopped around to media outlets.

Brown took to Facebook after several outlets confirmed being offered the photos, including TMZ and Entertainment Tonight.

“You took that picture thinking you gon get some money for it…and thats gon be it,” Brown wrote on Facebook Friday. “Guess what!????!!!! I will myself if no one else does-see to it that -YOU be revealed!!!”

ET confirmed they photos were taken from inside the 22-year-old’s hospice room and were going for a rate in excess of $100,000.

TMZ claims they were told the photos were taken by “an extended family member.”

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Brown threatened to have every person who’s visited Bobbi Kristina at the hospice undergo a lie detector test, and insisted that she will figure out who’s behind the photos. However, it is unclear which family member Brown is accusing of selling the photo.

“YOU will not do to my niece what YOU did to Whitney,” Brown wrote, referencing Bobbi Kristina’s mother, the late Whitney Houston, adding, “WHITNEY HOUSTON IS WORKING FROM THE GRAVE THRU ME! TRUST! I’m on a mission to make sure my niece gets justice by ANY means necessary!”

Bobbi Kristina, who’s father is singer Bobby Brown, has been unconscious and unresponsive since an incident in January. Most of the Brown and Houston families have been gathered at her bedside since she was moved to hospice care two weeks ago.

Meanwhile, Bobby is slated to appear at a special Fourth of July concert in Atlanta on Saturday.