An arrest warrant against Bobbi Kristina Brown has been dropped as she remains unresponsive in hospital.
Whitney Houston’s daughter was found face down in her bath tub last week by her husband nick Gordon, and was placed in a medically induced coma shortly after.
ABC News previously reported a warrant from the Alpharetta Municipal Court in Georgia was issued on January 28, after the 21-year-old failed to appear in court on a charge of operating a 2010 Lexus with an expired tag two weeks previously.
However it has since been recalled as the youngster continues to fight for her life.
“In light of the circumstances we felt it was appropriate to recall the warrant. We hope the family can find a measure of comfort during this difficult period,” George Gordon, a spokesman for the Alpharetta, Georgia Department of Public Safety, reportedly said in a statement.
The Alpharetta Department of Public Safety’s executive public information officer also confirmed to US Weekly an arrest warrant had been issued, but has since been recalled.
The statement said: "I confirm the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety had an active arrest warrant for [Ms.] Bobbi Kristina Brown.
"The warrant was issued because [Ms. Brown] failed to show up for a mandatory court appearance after being cited for operating a motor vehicle with expired tag registration.
"In light of recent events involving [Ms.] Brown, we are not focused on the warrant issue.
"In fact, we asked the court to dismiss the warrant and recall it – which they did," George Gordon said. "The important issue is we hope the grieving family and friends find comfort during this difficult period."
Meanwhile, Whitney Houston’s mentor Clive Davis has extended his "support and prayers" to Bobbi’s family.
Speaking at Pre-Grammy Gala Press Day, record honcho Clive told People magazine: "I’ve been in touch with Pat Houston and the family, and certainly expressed by support and prayers for Bobby Kristina."
He added: "It’s very painful and heartbreaking to see the family go through such pain again.
"They certainly encourage the prayers of everyone and ask that the public respect their privacy."