Whitney Houston’s daughter Bobbi Kristina reportedly was a passenger in a car that wrecked over the weekend in Alpharetta, the online celeb news site TMZ posted, but details are unclear.
TMZ reported that Bobbi Kristina was involved in a “BAD car accident,” and posted photos of the banged-up black Camaro that the news site said belonged to her boyfriend Nick Gordon.
“The details surrounding the accident are unclear, but we’re told the couple had been arguing at the time of the crash – and Nick’s Camaro was the only car involved,” TMZ reported. “No one was injured.”
TMZ went on to report that “Cops went to the apartment soon after the accident for a noise complaint, but no one answered the door. According to the incident report, officers saw the car parked outside the apartment with its hazard lights on — and it appeared it had been driven in a damaged state.”
George Gordon (no relation to Nick Gordon) Executive Officer/Public Information Officer for the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety, did not mince words when we asked about the supposed incident.
“The Alpharetta Department of Public Safety does NOT confirm the details involved in an online story regarding a recent car crash in our city,” he said when asked to comment on TMZ’s report. “Some of those details in that particular story came from third parties that we are unaware of.”
Here’s what Gordon could confirm:
“On Sept. 24th at 4:14 a.m. Alpharetta police officers responded to an apartment to meet with a resident who called our 911 center complaining of ‘loud noise.’ Prior to meeting the complainant and upon arrival into the apartment complex, our police officer discovered the wrecked Camaro sitting in the parking deck with its hazard lights on. The police officer went to the apartment where the complainant stated the loud noise was coming from. No one answered the door.
A determination will be made if this incident should be investigated because it was found unoccupied on private property. The owner of the vehicle has not contacted Alpharetta police to provide any details or to request a report regarding the vehicle damage.”
Gordon included a copy of the incident report in which the investigating officer reported that he did not get a response when he knocked on the door of the apartment where the loud noise was thought to have originated and spotted the black Camaro “with extensive front-end damage backed into a parking space on the second level parking deck. The vehicle also had emergency flashers on and the air bags were deployed. It appeared this vehicle was in a front-end collision, and judging from the scrape marks on the floor of the parking deck leading up to the vehicle it was apparent that the vehicle was driven into the parking deck already damaged.”
The officer reported that he took photos of the vehicle but just for “documentation purposes.”
“No further action taken at this time,” the report concludes.