Bobby Brown visits daughter Bobbi Kristina at Emory University Hospital

Bobby Brown and his daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown.

We got our first look Wednesday evening of singer Bobby Brown walking into a hospital to be by his daughter's side. This after Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of Whitney Houston, was found in a tub of water.

Singer Bobby Brown would not answer reporters' questions as he walked into Emory University hospital, and it is understandable.

His daughter is hanging on by every breath. Her father has remained tight lipped about his child's condition. But our sources tell us Bobbi Kristina Brown remains in a medically induced coma.

This all comes after Nick Gordon, thought to be Bobbi Kristina's husband at the time, found the woman face down in a bathtub of water in their Roswell home.

Bobby Brown's attorney released a statement saying the two were never married.

That raises questions as to who is making medical decisions for the 21-year-old.

Bobbi Kristina has not yet regained consciousness. A source said her brain swelling went down and her eyes are showing some movement. That by itself, according to doctors, does not mean she is improving. Our source adds doctors cannot predict the outcome since she was without oxygen for somewhere between two and five minutes.

Brown was found unresponsive last Saturday in her Roswell home and taken to North Fulton Hospital.

She has since been moved to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, which is about 24 miles south of North Fulton Hospital.

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