Whitney Houston's daughter, Bobbi Kristina vanished after attending her mother's heart-wrenching funeral.
According to reports she was found in a hotel hours later "getting high."
Now, Houston's mom reportedly wants the troubled 18-year-old to go to rehab.
The Daily Beast reported that Bobbi Kristina disappeared minutes after she was seen weeping as she walked behind her mother's casket.
"Everyone was freaking out and calling Bobbi Kristina's cell," a source told Dailybeast.com.
A spokesperson for Houston's family confirms Bobbi Kristina disappeared, but denies she was on drugs.
"She's ok. She needed some time alone. She is going through a very hard time," a statement said.
The teenager was hospitalized twice in the hours after Houston's death.
Reverend Jesse Jackson spoke to INSIDE EDITION and talked about what she is going through.
"This is a girl who is in great pain now and who needs her grandmother, who needs her father, who needs reconciliation, who needs healing. Also know that she has a lot to live for," said Jackson.
Houston's final resting place is covered in hundreds of flowers. She lies next to the grave of her father John Houston.
Fairview Cemetary in Westfield, New Jersey, stretches across 100 acres. It is a beautiful, peaceful location but there was controversy on the day of Houston's burial. Family members of other loved ones buired at the cemetary were upset that they were not allowed access to the cemetary for much of the day. On Monday, the cemetary opened again to the public and uniformed police officers are watching over Houston's grave.
INSIDE EDITION is learning new details about another behind-the-scenes drama - Bobby Brown walked out before the funeral began.
Houston's ex-husband turned up with an entourage of nine people and was asked to change seats three times to make room for other family members.
He said in a statement: "We were asked to move on three separate occasions. Security then prevented me from seeing my daughter, Bobbi Kristina. I doubt Whitney would have wanted any of this to occur. I gave a kiss to the casket of my ex-wife and departed as I refused to create a scene."
Reverend Al Sharpton said Bobby Brown was provoked into walking out.
"I just wanted to make it clear that Bobby Brown didn't do anything wrong," said Sharpton.
Brown performed at the Mohegan Sun casino in Connecticut just hours later.
"I want to give blessings to my ex-wife Whitney Houston," Brown said to the crowd.
After the concert he was seen in the casino around 2 a.m. His bodyguards tried to stop a photographer from videotaping Brown.
And why was Aretha Franklin a no-show?
There was an awkward moment when Dionne Warwick introduced Houston's godmother, Franklin, not realizing she wasn't there.
Franklin claimed painful "leg spasms" prevented her from going. She performed the night before and hours after the funeral at Radio City Music Hall.
Published reports say Franklin was disinvited by Houston's mom, who was angered by Franklin's Today show interview in which she appeared to blame Houston's parents for her drug problems.
Franklin said on Friday's Today show, "Parents have to really talk to their children before they leave home."
Now Houston's gravesite is certain to become a shrine to a star gone too soon.