Nick Gordon 'Melted Down,' Screamed, Ran, Threw Phone Playing Whitney Song During Dr. Phil Interview
"Things were so out of control that an interview wasn't even an option."
Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend broke down while talking to Dr. Phil and then stormed out of the interview.
He said, “I'm done with the interview! I'm done!”
Nick Gordon and his mother, Michelle, agreed to sit down with Dr. Phil but the interview quickly turned into chaos.
Nick told Dr. Phil, “I miss Krissy and Whitney so much. I want them back.”
Dr. Phil told INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret, “When I got there, he had melted down and things were so out of control that an interview wasn't even an option. He jumps up and runs out the room and then runs, comes back in, sits back down, he starts playing a Whitney song on his phone. Then, throws it on the floor starts whaling, screaming runs out the room again.”
Six weeks ago, Whitney Houston’s only child was found face down and unresponsive in a bath tub at the home she shared with Nick.
INSIDE EDITION’s Jim Moret asked Dr. Phil, “Was it your sense that Nick Gordon feels responsible for what happened to Bobbi Kristina?”
Dr. Phil replied, “He feels terribly guilty for that. He says and he's in a tremendous amount of pain because he wants to be with her.”
A worrisome portrait of drug use and domestic turmoil surround the couple. Earlier this week, Bobbi Kristina’s Aunt, Leolah Brown, wrote on her Facebook page: "Nick Gordon...has done things to my niece that I never thought he had in him to do...we have strong evidence of foul play."
Dr. Phil told Moret, “He says that he felt like it was his job, that he had made a commitment to Whitney to protect Krissy, as he calls her. He says, ‘I let her down. I failed it.’”
Disturbing video of Nick Gordon has also just surfaced. It was taken just 12 hours before his encounter with Dr. Phil. In the video, the 25-year-old appeared to be incoherent and unable to walk, needing the help of others to get to his feet.
Daily Mail.com senior reporter Laura Collins was there. She told INSIDE EDITION, “He had admitted that he had been taking Xanax, which he has a prescription, to drinking heavily, to doing heroin, to doing a variety of drugs as a coping mechanism.”
Nick Gordon insisted throughout the Dr. Phil interview that he did everything he could to help save his girlfriend. But he now admits that he is the one who needs help.
In the episode, Dr. Phil told Nick, “I think you definitely need to go to a medical supervisory.”
Nick cut him off and said, "I do! I do!"
Dr. Phil said, “You can’t help Bobbi Kristina the way you are. You can’t help Krissy like this.”
Nick said, “You're right, you're right."
Dr. Phil then said, "You have got to get yourself cleaned up. You have got to man up. You have got to straighten up."
Nick interjected and said, "Please, don't tell me to man up!"
"Yes, I am going to tell you that," Dr. Phil said.
Nick replied, "No, you are not!"
"I just did," Dr. Phil answered.
After the interview Nick Gordon entered rehab where he remains under treatment. He has not been charged in connection with what happened to Bobbi Kristina.
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