Today, “alleged” photos from National Inquirer showed Bobbi Kristina, daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobbi Brown, “allegedly” doing cocaine at an Atlanta area party.  And while I won’t say I saw it coming, I will say this: I am not completely surprised.

I mean, really.  Is anyone?

Late last year, photos of Bobbi Kristina chugging back a Four Loko, smoking and making out with another woman.  While the night would probably be seen as a wild night out for any other young woman, the night brought up concerns that Bobbi Kristina was slowly but surely following the footsteps of her parents.

Bobbi Kristina’s friends, who call her Krissi, told Radar Online:

“Krissi is addicted to cocaine. I’ve tried to stop her, but all she said was, ‘I’m just like my mother!’ Krissi has grown up seeing both her parents high on a regular basis.”

Her ex-boyfriend said:

“It was difficult to stop her [Bobbi Kristina] from buying alcohol and drugs because her mother gave her $1,000 a week. I saw Krissi do an eight ball – an eighth of an ounce – of cocaine in just two days with friend.”

Looking at the photos of Bobbi Kristina took me back to seeing her mother’s big interview with Oprah Winfrey last year.  In the interview, Whitney told Oprah:

I know that I could really kill for my daughter. I know because I’m living for her, so I’m fierce when it comes down to it. And I feel the same about my husband and my family. I’m just fiercely protective. It’s like, that’s my lair and nobody messes with my lair.

Well Whitney, if there was ever a time for you to be a momma lion- it’d be now.

What do you think Clutchettes- was Bobbi Kristina’s cocaine use inevitable?

UPDATE:

Bobbi Kristina Responds To Fake Pictures of Her Snorting Blow [Sandra Rose]
Bobbi Kristina On Cocaine Photos: MY EX SET ME UP! [The YBF]

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  • im not surprised. anyone who watched ‘Being Bobby Brown’ shouldnt be surprised… i feel like this kind of downward spiral was inevitable, with two parents who are clearly on drugs and just dont care and the money and time in the world to get high. she needs someone to take over and send her down the right path… boarding school, SOMETHING. shes only 17, so maybe the government (CPS) should step in