ATLANTA -- The Fulton County Medical Examiner has determined the cause and manner of death for Bobbi Kristina Brown. But the information won't be made public - at least not right away.
The Fulton County Medical Examiner's office sent out a press release on Saturday.
While it said the agency has determined the cause and manner of death, it won't be released to the public due to a court order from a Fulton County Superior Court judge.
In it, the medical examiner is not to release any further information to the public.
It goes on to say that both the Fulton County district attorney and Roswell Police Department have been informed of the findings.
Bobbi Kristina Brown, the only child of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston died July 26 at the age of 22.
She was first hospitalized on Jan. 31 after she was found unresponsive in her bathtub.
A lawsuit by Bobbi Kristina's court appointed conservator alleges her boyfriend Nick Gordon gave her a toxic cocktail and then put her face down in a tub of cold water.
The lawsuit accuses Gordon of wrongful death.
Roswell police did open an investigation but, as of yet, no criminal charges have been filed against Gordon.
His lawyers call the civil suits slanderous and meritless.
11Alive's legal analyst Phil Holloway also weighed-in on the latest events.
He said sealing a medical examiner's report doesn't necessarily mean criminal charges are coming.
He also said he doesn't expect the autopsy to render much in terms of evidence since she was comatose for so long before she died.
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