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WHAT WILL NOW HAPPEN TO WHITNEY’S DAUGHTER BOBBI KRISTINA?

In the wake of Whitney Houston’s death, concern and questions have turned to her daughter, Bobbi Kristina, 18.

The Daily Beast reported Monday that as her mother’s body was being prepared to be taken to Fairview Cemetery in Westfield, N.J., for burial Sunday morning, Bobbi Kristina was nowhere to be found.

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Cissy Houston, Whitney’s mom, was said to be “beside herself.”

But a spokeswoman for the family told The Daily Beast, “There was some confusion about Bobbi Kristina’s whereabouts last night for a short time, but she’s OK. She needed some time alone.”

Darlene Love told Access Hollywood that Bobbi, who was hospitalized briefly after hearing of her mother’s death on Feb. 11, didn’t go missing at all.

“She was with us and she was with the family the whole time. … She’s been with the family these last couple of days. We all know where she is, she’s not missing.”

As far as reports that suggested Bobbi Kristina may be using drugs and could be headed for rehab, longtime family friend BeBe Winans said he knew nothing about any problems, other than the fact that her mother just died.

“I don’t know anything about rehab. I can tell you from being around her, pretty much all her life, and at the same time being around her in this dark valley, she’s doing wonderful. She’s doing wonderful,” said BeBe, who spoke and performed during the funeral.

As for where Bobbi will live, Love told Access, “We don’t know that yet. I have a feeling that she’s going to end up being close to the family. Most of … Whitney’s family is still in New Jersey, and that’s where Whitney was off and on. … I don’t know where she’s going to end up, but like you said, she’s 18 years old and she’s going to try to make her own decisions.”

 

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