Bobbi Kristina, Whitney Houston's 19-year-old only daughter, has just landed a deal for her very own reality show. Nothing is set in stone yet, but a contract will reportedly be signed any day now, a new report says. Radar Online
claims to have it on very good authority that Bobbi Kristina (Krissi) is eager to open her doors to the cameras in a bid to prove to the entire world that she is nothing like her mother, who struggled with drug addiction for years.
However, an insider says, the problem is that Krissi is also dealing with the same issues that claimed her mom's life, since she's doing drugs and drinking heavily too, mostly to deal with the pain of her tragic death.
Because of this, chances are the new series will be a “trainwreck.”
“This show is being done against her family’s advice,” says the spy, adding that Bobbi Kristina is looking for solutions in all the wrong places, just like her mother: instead of getting help, she believes her problems will be solved by putting herself out there to be publicly judged and ridiculed.
“Bobbi is scared the world will label her just like her mother,” another spy says, adding that she is, in fact, “obviously very wild and misguided.”
For instance, the report goes on to say, Krissi showed up at a meeting with the network obviously intoxicated. This is no way to prove the world wrong, Radar adds.
“She was slurring her words and said: 'I will show the world I am NOT my mother and will NOT walk in her shoes down her path,' then seconds later would mutter, 'My mother was just normal, completely normal, someone who did normal things. She just listened to all the wrong people – and did the wrong things',” a third source reveals.
Aside from proving to the world that she's not her mother, Bobbi Kristina hopes the new series will also offer a better look at her controversial relationship with her “brother” Nick Gordon.
Nick was raised as Krissi's brother for the past 10 years, but Whitney never adopted him legally. They have no blood relation, but their romance is still frowned upon
, mostly by Krissi's grandmother, Cissy Houston.