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Following months of hospitalizations and hospice care, Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away on Sunday at the age of 22.
The daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown had been found unresponsive in a bathtub at her Atlanta-area home on January 31 and had spent many of her remaining months in a medically induced coma.
"She is finally at peace in the arms of God," the Houston family said in a statement to Us Weekly. "We want to again thank everyone for their tremendous amount of love and support during these last few months."
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Bobbi Kristina's death comes only three years after her mother's untimely passing, and the similarities between the two deaths are uncanny.
Houston passed away in February 2012 after also being found unresponsive in a bathtub, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel the night before the Grammy Awards. She was 48.
The "I Will Always Love You" singer spoke with InStyle magazine for its January 2010 issue about motherhood and raising teenage daughter, "Krissy," as Houston called Bobbi Kristina, who was 16 at the time:
"We have our moments when we clash, but we have a good relationship," Houston told the magazine. "I want her to count on me to try to understand what she's going through. No damnation, no condemnation, nothing that's going to make her feel like she can't come to me."
But it wasn't always so dramatic, according to Houston. Bobbi Kristina, like a lot of teenage girls, also liked to raid her mother's closet.
"[Krissy's] always, always, always borrowing my clothes," Houston also told InStyle. "I'm cool with it, but she'll take something and won't give it back!"
Celebrities from Oprah Winfrey to La Toya Jackson logged on to social media Sunday evening to express their condolences.