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Bobbi Kristina Brown transferred to Atlanta rehabilitation facility, reports say

Bobbi Kristina Brown attends the premiere party for

Bobbi Kristina Brown attends the premiere party for "The Houstons On Our Own" at the Tribeca Grand hotel on Monday, Oct. 22, 2012 in New York. Credit: Donald Traill/AP

Bobbi Kristina Brown's medical condition remained unknown Sunday, following reports that the music scion was transferred at some unspecific date from Emory University Hospital to a nearby Atlanta rehabilitation facility.

NBC said Friday that according to an unnamed family source the 22-year-old Brown's condition was unchanged. The only child of the late music legend Whitney Houston and singer Bobby Brown was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her Roswell, Georgia, town house on Jan. 31, and has been in a medically induced coma almost continuously since. She reportedly suffered seizures on Feb. 25 when doctors attempted to bring her out of the coma, a practice typically performed to see if there is improvement or to get a sense of what the patient can do.

Last month, doctors at Emory removed Brown's breathing tube, according to reports at the time, allowing her to be ventilated through a tracheostomy tube inserted through a hole in her throat.

People magazine, also citing unnamed family sources, reported Bobby Brown, 46, is making decisions about his daughter's care, and that he was inclined toward optimistically giving Bobbi Kristina lengthy opportunity to possibly recover.

Nick Gordon, Bobbi Kristina Brown's companion, who with a friend discovered her unconscious in the tub, reportedly checked himself into rehab on March 6 after taping an appearance on psychologist Dr. Phil McGraw's television show.

A police spokeswoman in suburban-Atlanta Roswell said last month that the Jan. 31 incident "has always been under criminal investigation," as opposed to an accident investigation. Without confirming whether Gordon is a suspect, Roswell Police Chief Rusty Grant told People magazine earlier this month that investigators are "going to follow the evidence and see where it leads us."

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