Whitney Houston’s daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown left the set of her new TV show “Tyler Perry’s For Better or Worse” crying.
Bobbi Kristina quit the show several weeks ago after she quietly walked off the set and burst into tears, according to RadarOnline.com.
“She thought she was ready for this, but she wasn’t,” one source told the publication of the 19-year-old.
“Bobbi Kristina had a private breakdown and barely anyone saw it,” the source said. “She was crying and said she needed a minute, she needed a break to get herself together.
“But then she decided she couldn’t handle doing the show right now. She’s still mourning her mom.”
On May 20, Bobbi Kris attended the 2012 Billboard Music Awards and accepted a lifetime achievement award for her dead mom with her aunt Patricia Houston.
Both of the women cried during the tribute performances by singers John Legend and Jordan Sparks.
Before the Billboard award show, there were reports that Patricia had a fight with the show’s producers and demanded she accept the award with Bobbi Kristina to promote her new reality TV show.
Bobbi Kristina is still filming her reality TV show for Lifetime, which the source says is less stressful for her, since she never had a full-time job before.
Since she quit Tyler Perry’s show, it has forced rewrites to explain why her character left.
The publication’s source said Perry is unhappy about having to deal with the situation but continues to be supportive of Bobbi Kristina.
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“She is confused right now,” another source told Radar Online. “She is not prepared to live without her mom.”
They stated that Bobbi Kristina was doing well on the TV show but one day had a breakdown and said: “Who am I fooling? I can’t do this.”
“She just crumbled,” the source said. “She cried a lot.”
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After walking off the set, she had a private conversation with Perry.
“He understands,” the source said. “He’s upset and worried about her. But now he’s had to do a lot of restructuring work on the show.”
Perry and show executives were hoping that Bobbi Kristina would change her mind and return to the show.
Since quitting, Bobbi Kristina has spent some time at home where she lived with Whitney and her unofficially adopted brother Nick Gordon, whom she is engaged to currently.
“She’s back in the comfort zone of being happy where her mother was and feels closer to her mom when she’s at home,” the source told Radar Online.
Bobbi Kristina was earning about $30,000 an episode for the TV show, and she is receiving large sums of money from her mother’s estate according to the site. However, they also previously stated that sources claimed Whitney died broke and in debt.
Tyler Perry wrote on his website that he denies that Bobbi Kristina walked off set. He insists she fulfilled all her filming commitments.
However, the publication’s source insists that she did leave the TV show early and has begun work on her reality TV show.
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