Is Bobbi Kristina's Family Set To Take Her Off Life Support On Date Whitney Died?

INSIDE EDITION has the latest details to emerge on Bobbi Kristina.

Tears for Bobbi Kristina.

Her aunt Tina was overcome at a vigil in Atlanta where hundreds pray for Whitney Houston's stricken 21-year-old daughter.
Meanwhile, the family is denying reports that they'll pull the plug on Wednesday, February 11th "at the stroke of midnight," so Bobbi Kristina can die on the same date as her mom, Whitney Houston.

The New York Post called it a "date with death." A date chosen "to keep mom and daughter together for eternity" a family friend was quoted as saying. [Source: New York Post]

Bobby Brown responded, 'The false reports that continue to appear in print and on the internet are egregious, false and will be dealt with at an appropriate time."

The criminal investigation is reportedly focusing on "unexplained injuries" to Bobbi Kristina's face, including bruising around  her mouth, when she was found face down in her bathtub.

HLN host Nancy Grace told INSIDE EDITION, "It is highly irregular for someone of her age to have a stroke or a heart attack. Which leads us to the next question: why was she face down in the bathtub? And why didn't anyone inside the condo know what was going on?"

New Jersey pathologtist Dr. Bill Manion says there are serious questions that need to be investigated. Dr. Manion told INSIDE EDITION, "The person has multiple bruises on both sides of their head, looks more like a beating than somebody falling in the tub."

In this time of sadness, Bobbi Kristina's relatives seem to be trying to put their differences aside.

Her cousin Shayne spoke out about a brawl at an Atlanta hotel last week when, according to the police report his own mother, smashed a glass bottle over his head in a dispute over paying for valet parking.

"Me and my mother is good, man. It was all blown out of proportion," he told a reporter.

One sign at the vigil read "Wake- up Bobbi Kristina."  A desperate prayer in what may be her final hours.

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