The condition of Bobbi Kristina Brown does not look good, according to reports. Recently, the 21-year-old only daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston was found unresponsive in her bath tub in her Roswell, Ga. home.

After she was taken to North Fulton Hospital, Brown was placed in a medically-induced coma, and her brain function has "significantly diminished." Doctors told the family that the signs were not good, sources connected with the family told TMZ.

On Feb. 11, 2012, Brown's mother died in the bathtub of her Beverly Hills Hotel of coronary artery disease, accidental drowning and cocaine overdose, according to Entertainment Tonight.

Lisa Holland of the Roswell Police Department told Us Weekly that she cannot comment on Brown's condition due to medical privacy laws but confirmed that she is alive.

When her husband Nick Gordon and a friend found her face down in her bathtub, Brown was not breathing. Gordon was said to be performing CPR on his unresponsive wife when police arrived.

The police investigated the home for signs of drugs or foul play but found "no drugs out in the open," Holland said.

"We don't leave any stone unturned, so the police took a search warrant on the home," Holland explained. "Before the warrant, initially when the police went into the home there were nothing there that indicated that anything out of the ordinary happened."

Currently, Brown's father is at her bedside.

A month before Houston's third death anniversary, Lifetime aired her biopic titled "Whitney" with "America's Next Top Model" alum Yaya DaCosta playing the title role with "NCIS" actor Arlen Escarpeta playing Bobbi Kristina's father.

Directed by Angela Bassett and written by Shem Bitterman, "Whitney" also starred Yolonda Ross, Suzzanne Douglas, Mark Rolston, Wesley Jonathan, Hampton Fluker, James A. Watson Jr., Kevontay Jackson, Saundra McClain, Nafessa Williams, Deborah Joy Winans and JR Lemon, among others.