A woman who cared for Bobbi Kristina Brown while she was in hospice care is facing charges for impersonating a nurse.
Taiwo Sobamowo was listed as the nurse in charge of caring for Brown, according to USA Today. The report does not mention how Brown's care may have been affected by Sobamowo's fraud, though the case is still being investigated by police in Duluth, Ga.
The case against Sobamowo began in September after investigators received a tip that raised questions about her. She is currently facing charges of first-degree forgery, identity fraud and practicing without a license in Forsyth County, Ga., while being held in a Raleigh, N.C., jail on a charge of being a fugitive from another state.
According to Forsyth County sheriff's Detective Cpl. Jeffrey Roe, Sobamowo had stolen a state-issued RN number off a real nurse from Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. Sobamowo's employment records show that she attended a medical college in Washington, D.C., though there is no confirmation of whether she actually did.
Brown died on July 26 in hospice care after being found unconscious and unresponsive six months earlier. The circumstances surrounding her death are also being investigated by Georgia police.
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