Nick Gordon Breaks His Silence For The First Time Since Bobbi Kristina's Death

Nick Gordon has given an exclusive interview with Dr. Phil, who asks the questions the whole world's been wondering.

Nick Gordon has been the focus of intense media scrutiny since his former girlfriend, Whitney Houston's only child, Bobbi Kristina Brown, died in June 2015. 

Now, in an exclusive interview with Dr. Phil, Gordon is speaking out for the first time since the 22-year-old slipped away after months in a coma.

In the dramatic sit-down, set to air April 28, Gordon answers questions Brown's final hours before she was found clinging to life in her bathtub on January 31, 2015.

And, now that the autopsy results are in, Gordon sees a chance to set the record straight.

Read: Bobbi Kristina Brown To Be Buried Beside Her Mother, Whitney Houston

Dr. Phil asks him the question headlines have been asking for over a year:  “Did you murder Bobbi Kristina Brown?”

The interview is the must-see follow-up to Gordon's previous appearance on Dr. Phil in March 2015, which culminated in an emotional intervention that made national headlines.

The distraught 19-year-old told Dr. Phil at the time, “I did everything in the world possible to protect [Bobbi Kristina and Whitney].”

“You can’t help Bobbi Kristina the way you are,” Dr. Phil told Gordon as he offered to send him to rehab. “You’ve got to man up.”

Read: Nick Gordon Gave Bobbi Kristina a 'Toxic Cocktail' Before She Was Found Unconscious, Lawsuit Says
Following her death, Brown's estate filed a wrongful death lawsuit against her partner Gordon in which they accused him of giving her a "toxic cocktail" and putting her face down in water.

The autopsy, released in March, determined only that Brown had a mix of drugs in her body when she went underwater in the bathtub.

A medical examiner was unable to determine conclusively whether her death was a homicide.

Gordon has not been charged and his attorney denied Gordon killed her and has said the medical examiner's report should put to rest "all the negativity surrounding" him.

Gordon's all-new appearance on Dr. Phil airs Thursday, April 28.

Watch: Nick Gordon 'Melted Down,' Screamed, Ran, Threw Phone Playing Whitney Song During Dr. Phil Interview