Late celeb's hospice nurse revealed to be an impostor and Nigerian

One of the nurses charged with treating Kristina Brown in her final days was not a nurse at all, according to cops who arrested the woman for faking her way into the job.


New reports have revealed that the hospice nurse charged with caring for late singer, Whitney Houston's daughter, the late Bobbi Kristina Brown, was actually an impostor as well as Nigerian.

TMZ reports that the Forsyth County Sheriff busted the fake nurse, identified as Taiwo Sobamowo, for identity theft, forgery, and impersonating a nurse.

The Sheriff and police in Duluth, GA believe she used the ID of an actual nurse with a similar name to gain employment as a hospice nurse, and ended up working where Bobbi Kristina was receiving care until her death.

Cops say Sobamowo had recently fled Georgia after she was arrested in North Carolina, and is suspected of previously pulling a similar stunt in the Washington, D.C. area.

FOX5 in Atlanta first reported the arrest but it is unclear if Sobamowo had direct contact with Bobbi Kristina at the hospice.

Investigators don't think she was intentionally trying to get closer to Bobbi Kristina or the Brown and Houston families.

Also going by her real name, the woman was also Nigerian.


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