However, Bobby Brown's attorney is disputing the report. "There is no Brown family reality show that is in production which chronicles Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina or the medical emergency she presently faces at Emory Hospital," Christopher Brown told The Wrap in a statement. "These reports are irresponsible and Warner Brothers, as the owner of TMZ, should be ashamed to publish such nonsense, particularly one day before Bobbi Kristina's birthday. ... Bobbi Kristina and Bobby Brown are dealing with enough right now. The fact that TMZ/Warner Brothers has decided to inject negativity into their lives at this critical time is plain insanity."
The TMZ report said that Bobby Brown is not involved with the show, but his two sisters and brother, as well as their children, are filming a series about their lives, including material about Bobbi Kristina's drowning. It is unclear what network the show is for.
Bobbi Kristina, whose 22nd birthday is Wednesday, has been in a medically induced coma at a hospital in Georgia since Jan. 31, when she was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her home. Police are treating the incident as a criminal investigation.
According to TMZ, the family members have not shot footage for the reality show inside the hospital, but they have given on-camera interviews at home, in which they discuss Bobbi Kristina's condition.