Bobbi Kristina Brawl Caught on Police Dashboard Camera
INSIDE EDITION has obtained dash cam video of the street brawl that involved Bobbi Kristina and Nick Gordon, the young man she's reportedly dating.
A wild brawl involving Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina was caught on a police officer's dashboard camera as 911 calls came in.
"I got these people fighting. They're pulling guns and everything man! They're in the parking lot right now!" said the 911 caller.
The fight took place last April but the video was just obtained by INSIDE EDITION. You can see police getting out of their squad cars with guns drawn.
It all happened in a gas station parking lot in an Atlanta suburb at 4:00 in the morning.
"OK. Are they pointing them at each other?" asked the 911 operator.
"Trust me! They are fighting right now. It's a good fight, man!" responded the caller.
Police say the brawl involved Bobbi Kristina, her then boyfriend Zach Jafarzadeh, and three other men.
Bobbi Kristina and the others were ordered to the ground and handcuffed.
In the dashboard footage you can see one man exiting a vehicle and being ordered to put his hands on his head and get down on his knees. Another man is brought over to the side of the gas station and questioned.
Bobbi Kristina was charged with possession of alcohol, and her current boyfriend Nick Gordon—who was raised as her brother—was also there, and was charged with pointing a gun at another person.
Though it seemed like a serious altercation, no one was arrested and all charges were dropped.
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