A woman has been arrested for impersonating a hospice worker at the same facility that cared for the late Bobbi Kristina Brown.
Taiwo Sobamowo was charged with identity theft, forgery, and impersonating a nurse, Fox 5 Atlanta reports. Sobamowo worked for Peachtree Christian Hospice in Atlanta, the same facility where Brown stayed during the last months of her life. Sobamowo was employed by the contracting company, Homestead Hospice, and Palliative Care.
She was employed by Peachtree Christian Hospice for one month.
The contracting company released a statement about the arrest.
Fox 5 Atlanta reports:
The company told the FOX 5 I-Team they are “shocked and dismayed that she had issues with her licensing.”
The company said Sobamowo was terminated and immediately reported to the State Board of Nursing. Amanda McKissick, Regional Director of Operations said, “We understand that we are not the only hospice that she has gained fraudulent employment with, and we are relieved that she is no longer practicing.”
Investigators are unclear whether Sobamowo had direct contact with Brown, but more charges are expected.
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