MIAMI (CBSMiami) – For the first time since Bobbi Kristina Brown’s medical emergency, the world heard from her boyfriend, Nick Gordon, on Dr. Phil.READ MORE: COVID In Florida: Cases, Positivity Rates, Deaths Rise Amid Coronavirus Surge
Brown has been on life support for five and a half weeks.
On Dr. Phil show’s Wednesday, Gordon gave insight into his state of mind and the moments after he discovered Brown, and her famous mother, unconscious.
Gordon said he is forbidden to see Brown at the hospital, he said her family is making it clear that he is not welcome—all though Brown refers to Gordon as her husband.
“I have a spouse that I love more than anything. He’s my backbone,” Brown once said of Gordon.
On the day of the interview, Dr. Phil’s cameras captured footage showing Gordon was in no condition to speak about the day he found Brown passed out face down in a tub.
“My pain is horrible. My heart hurts. I have panic attacks,” said Gordon.
The scheduled interview ends up turning into an intervention—Gordon even admitted to Dr. Phil that he was not sober at the time of the taping.
During the interview, Gordon gives details on the happenings before he reportedly found Brown.READ MORE: 'Biggest Tragedy Is Preventable Loss Of Life': Memorial Healthcare System Chief Urges Public To Get COVID Vaccine
Michelle Gordon, Nick Gordon’s biological mother, said Brown, Gordon, and another friend went out drinking together and got home very early that morning. She said that Brown and Gordon got into an argument.
“Nick walked away from the argument, went to another bedroom to fall asleep and Krissi [Brown] went up to her room,” said Michelle Gordon.
Gordon’s mother said that he told her the cable guy arrived and needed to get access to Brown’s room. When their friend Max opened the door, he found her passed out in the tub and called out for Gordon who administered CPR.
“For 15 minutes and police arrived and didn’t help him,” she said.
According to published reports, Brown was without oxygen for five to eight minutes.
Gordon’s mom also spoke out about an eerily familiar phone call she got from her son, in February of 2012, the night Whitney Houston was found dead.
Gordon was also one of the first to find her unconscious and administered CPR.
“He called me when he was standing in front of her body,” she told Dr. Phil. “He just couldn’t understand why he couldn’t revive her.”
Gordon was reportedly admitted into rehab with the help of his mother and Dr. Phil.MORE NEWS: Florida Becoming Epicenter Of Coronavirus Outbreak
Gordon, a family member said, will be in rehab for some time.