Bobby Brown is opening up about how he has been dealing with the tragic loss of his ex-wife Whitney Houston and their daughter Bobbi Kristina. In a preview clip from a new A&E Network documentary, Brown musters the courage to visit their graves at Fairview Cemetery in Westfield, New Jersey for the first time ever. The 53-year-old R&B icon reveals that he has always been "frightened" that the two "are looking down, watching me."
According to the Daily Mail, several jaw-dropping revelations surface throughout the new A&E series Biography: Bobby Brown including the singer claiming he communicates with Houston from beyond the grave. He details how the late singer reached out to him in his dreams, telling him to pull the plug on daughter Bobbi's life support after being found unresponsive in the bathtub of her Atlanta home in 2015. "Whitney came to me in dreams and (said) "let my baby go!" And that is what I had to do," he shared.
Reflecting on Houston's shocking death at just 48, the former New Edition star shared, "I think we could have helped each other out... I think she would still be there if we hadn't divorced... I wasn't there. I beat myself about it because I wasn't there. I wish I could have been there for her. "
After a tumultuous relationship riddled with addiction struggles and tabloid headlines, the two filed for divorce in October 2006. In the most recent revelation after Whitney's death, her childhood friend Robyn Crawford revealed she and Whitney had a romantic relationship, which Brown also discusses in the new documentary. Biography: Bobby Brown will air in a two-night event on Monday, May 30, and Tuesday, May 31. Bobby Brown: Every Little Step will air new episodes every Tuesday starting June 7.