The attorney for Bobby Brown, father of comatose music scion Bobbi Kristina Brown, is denying a report that Brown family members are shooting a reality-television show.
"Yet again, TMZ has chosen to engage in false news reporting," Christopher Brown said in a statement to Newsday. "There is no Brown family reality show that is in production which chronicles Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina or the medical emergency she presently faces at Emory Hospital [in Atlanta]. These reports are irresponsible and Warner Bros., as the owner of TMZ, should be ashamed to publish such nonsense, particularly one day before Bobbi Kristina's birthday."
Bobbi Kristina Brown, whose mother is the late pop star Whitney Houston, turns 22 on Wednesday.
TMZ.com reported on Tuesday that Bobby Brown's brother, two sisters and their children are involved in a reality show, part of which, the site said, "will chronicle Bobbi Kristina fighting for her life."
"Bobbi Kristina and Bobby Brown are dealing with enough right now," Christopher Brown said in the statement. "The fact that TMZ/Warner Bros. has decided to inject negativity into their lives at this critical time is plain insanity."