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Nick Gordon 'hates' Bobby Brown

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Nick Gordon 'hates' Bobby Brown

Nick Gordon "hates" Bobby Brown.

The 25-year-old star has spoken of how much he "misses" girlfriend Bobbi Kristina Brown - who is currently fighting for her life after being found unresponsive in her bathtub on January 31 - and her late mother Whitney Houston, who died three years ago, and lashed out at his partner's father, who he claims has refused to let him visit the hospital where she is being treated.

In an emotional excerpt from the 'Dr. Phil Show', he said: "I miss Krissy and Whitney so bad. I want them back...I hate Bobby Brown."

Host Dr. Phil McGraw flew to Atlanta to stage an intervention with Nick's mother Michelle and it is believed Nick is now in rehab, something which the TV medic felt was desperately needed.

Phil told Michelle: "Your son, left to his own devices, will be dead inside a week."

And as Nick grew increasingly agitated, he said: "You've been drinking a lot though, right? I want you to go straight to rehab."

Nick replied: "I'm getting frustrated...I'm done with the interview. I'm done."

The comments were made during a preview of this Wednesday's (08.03.15) episode of the 'Dr. Phil Show'.

While Nick has claimed his girlfriend's family have repeatedly barred him from visiting 22-year-old Bobbi Kristina, her father insists he has "declined" multiple opportunities to be at her bedside and is "not as desperate to visit Bobbi Kristina as he wants the world to believe."

Meanwhile, the aspiring singer's aunt, Leolah Brown, has slammed the TV show, claiming Nick is being investigated for "attempted murder" and the programme could interfere with police investigations.

Writing on Facebook, she said: "Nick Gordon is under investigation for the attempted murder of my niece Bobbi Kristina Brown.

"We have strong evidence of foul play. Until this investigation is completed by law enforcement, I would ask that you or anyone else not provide this individual a platform to spin this situation to his benefit."