‘She’s not breathing’: Whitney Houston 911 call released, as footage of bong-smoking Bobbi Kristina hits the web

A disturbing audio recording has surfaced of the 911 call placed just moments after Whitney Houston was found dead.

And it looks as if the singer’s 19-year-old daughter could be headed down a similar path of self-destruction and drug abuse.

The Beverly Hills Police Department has closed its investigation into Whitney’s death, ruling that there was “no foul play” involved in the singer’s accidental drowning in her hotel bath tub on February 11.

In an audio recording of the 911 call made from the Beverly Hilton that day, a security guard tells the operator “a 46-year-old female [was] found in the bathroom”.

“She’s not breathing,” he adds, explaining that he is relaying a phone call made from the hotel room by an “irate” woman.

The release of the 911 audio recording coincides with the release of video footage showing Whitney’s daughter Bobbi Kristina smoking a bong.

Allegedly filmed in March 2011, the clip shows the smiling teenager presumably smoking pot at a college party, but her family is concerned that Bobbi Kristina’s drug use has become far more extreme since her mother’s death.

“Krissy is spiraling out of control. She’s drinking, smoking weed and abusing prescription meds,” a family friend tells RadarOnline.com.

“She’s self-medicating to deal with her heartbreak and it’s only making things worse. She’s on a self-destructive track and will end up just like her mother if she doesn’t find help.”

The source says that Bobbi Kristina’s aunt and grandmother recently tried to stage an intervention and get her into rehab, but she’s refusing to accept help.

The family blames her adopted brother-turned-fiancé, Nick Gordon, for driving a wedge between them.

“Krissy continues to distance herself away from her family and into the arms of Nick. Everyone feels that Nick is a destructive influence in Krissy’s life and want her to stay away from him,” says the source.