Bobbi Kristina
A close source to the family has reportedly claimed that Bobbi Kristina will soon be "with her mother."Twitter

Bobbi Kristina Brown's family is reportedly gathering to take the 22-year-old off of life support.

It has been reported that the family, including her father Bobby Brown, have accepted that she is completely incapacitated and with no hope of recovery.

According to an exclusive report by MediaTakeOut, the family are to gather this weekend by her bedside to say their final goodbyes.

An insider is quoted by the publication as saying: "This weekend Bobbi Kristina is expected to meet her mother Whitney. MediaTakeOut.com spoke with two separate sources within the Brown family, who told us that the entire family is being summoned to Bobbi Kristina's bedside. This is not rumours, its facts. We're told that all life support will be removed from Bobbi Kristina, and she'll be allowed home. They expect Bobbi to be released from this world as early as today. But definitely before the weekend is over."

The decision is believed to have been made jointly by Bobby Brown and Pat Houston, after they were made co-guardians of Bobbi Kristina, with responsibility over decisions relating to her welfare and her $20m (£12.7m) estate, which she inherited from her mother Whitney Houston following her death in 2012. The family were earlier torn over the decision to take Bobbi Kristina off life-support, with her father Bobby Brown unable to come to terms with the possibility that she may not recover.

The news comes as Nick Gordon publicly pleaded with the family to see his girlfriend for one last time. He claims that he has been prevented from visiting her in hospital since she was found face down and unresponsive in the bath tub of their Georgia home on January 31.

Police are investigating reports of a possible altercation with Gordon midst rumours of cheating, the day before she was found unconscious. She was put into a medically induced coma and, as reported by her grandmother Cissy Houston, has suffered irreversible brain damage.

The 81-year-old told Entertainment Tonight: "[She is] the same, she's not progressing at all. She's not gone yet, but you know, whatever the Lord decides, I'm ready for her ... I have nothing to do with that. That's His job. It's His territory, you know? And I understand it."

Earlier, it was reported that the family were planning to bring Bobbi Kristina back to her family home - where she grew up with her mother - possibly for the last time, as they begin to accept the reality of her condition.

In circumstances tragically similar to the death of Whitney Houston, it appears that the Brown family are now preparing for the heartbreaking ordeal of letting go of Bobbi Kristina for good.