TMZ is claiming to have law enforcement sources in Fulton County, some 2,000 miles out of the thirty mile zone. Their source claims that authorities plan to charge Nick Gordon with involuntary man slaughter for procuring drugs for Bobbi Kriss on January 31, the morning she drowned in her bathtub. If they were charging a drug dealer the would more likely start with second degree murder, in my opinion.
The initial autopsy was inconclusive due to the six month period of Krissi being in a coma/vegetative state for six months before passing. Yet, TMZ is claiming that, “toxicology reports will only determine if she was under the influence and not who supplied the drugs.” It seems unlikely that they could have a test that would give an accurate account of the level of drugs in her system when she was left alone to drown.
However, back in early February, Max Lomas was reported to have been in the home with his girlfriend at the time that Krissi died. He supposedly came over with his girlfriend and was there at 10 am when the cable guy showed up. He let the cable guy into the bedroom to fix the cable reception and it was then that Max discovered Krissi face down in the bathtub. He supposedly pulled her out and Nick cleaned up some blood before they called the police. This coupled with the information in the civil suit that Krissi had two teeth knocked out could be more evidence of guilt.
Max Lomas is facing two felony drug charges that apparently happened a couple weeks before Krissi drowned. Max has been saying he would roll over on Nick in exchange for immunity in his two drug cases (one of which happened after his girlfriends parents contacted police claiming Max was drugging their daughter and holding her hostage. She said she was fine, but they did find enough pot and Xanax to arrest him on drug charges,) and immunity in the Bobbi Kristina case. TMZ is reporting today that authorities are willing to give him an immunity deal in exchange for testifying against Nick. He will get probation on the drug charges and immunity regarding whatever cover-up occurred in the house on the day Krissi drowned.
If TMZ’s sources are right, I don’t see them really having a case against Nick. Usually in this type of case the dealer is arrested. If two people buy the drugs together and two of them take it and one dies, it seems that charging the other person with a crime related to the death would be rather ridiculous. If it could be proven that Nick injected her, then perhaps there is a case. With Krissi officially dying six months after the event, I don’t see how they will have evidence of the amount of drugs in her body at the time she died. She was hydrated and her body was still technically alive for six months which would remove a lot of the evidence needed to prove an overdose.
Unless Max testifies that Nick called him to come over because Krissi was dead, or that he was there the whole night and can testify to him physically abusing her while they were both high, I don’t see much of a case here.
Just more sad news.