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30-year-old Nick Gordon spent the last few hours sniffing heroin in a dingy hotel room in Florida


This was the harrowing aftermath of the fatal alcohol and drug abuse that claimed the life of Nick Gordon, ex-fiancé of the late Bobbi Kristina Brown

This was the harrowing aftermath of the fatal alcohol and drug abuse that killed Nick Gordon, ex-fiancé of the late Bobbi Kristina Brown.

Gordon spent his last hours in a Florida hotel room snorting tequila, a smoked pot, and heroin. This resulted in a newly released cache of documents and photos obtained exclusively from DailyMail.com.

A co-worker and friend Airyelle McMahon called 911 after 30-year-old Gordon made "moaning noises" in his sleep and a "dark substance" oozed from his nose, according to police reports.

He was hospitalized after the New Year's Eve attack, but died on January 1st. A medical examiner later confirmed "heroin toxicity" as the cause of death.

The shocking evidence photos, first released today, show pools of dark, sticky substance resembling vomit on the floor of Gordon's room at the Sheraton Orlando North Hotel.

Other pictures show clothes and furniture scattered on the floor, dirty bed linen, a bag of weeds and various objects with drug paraphernalia.

Gordon was infamous for the 2015 death of Whitney Houston's daughter, Bobbi Kristina, who was in a coma for six months after she was found unconscious in a bathtub with similar drugs in her system.

Her controlling ex-fiancée was never prosecuted, but instead held legally responsible for her culpable death in civil proceedings.

The shocking evidence photos, first released today, show pools of dark, sticky substance resembling vomit on the floor of Gordon's room at the Sheraton Orlando North Hotel

The shocking evidence photos, first released today, show pools of dark, sticky substance resembling vomit on the floor of Gordon's room at the Sheraton Orlando North Hotel

Other pictures show clothes and furniture scattered on the floor, soiled bed linen, a bag of weeds and various drug paraphernalia

Other pictures show clothes and furniture scattered on the floor, dirty bed linen, a bag of weeds and various objects with drug paraphernalia

Gordon was hospitalized after the New Year's Eve attack, but died on January 1. A medical examiner later confirmed "heroin toxicity" as the cause of death. Pictured: Various needles found in Gordon's Florida hotel room the night he died of an overdose

Gordon was hospitalized after the New Year's Eve attack, but died on January 1. A medical examiner later confirmed "heroin toxicity" as the cause of death. Pictured: Various needles were found in Gordon's Florida hotel room the night he died of an overdose

Gordon's hotel room was littered with personal effects, drug paraphernalia like needles and rubber bands. Soiled bed linen was also distributed in the room

Gordon's hotel room was littered with personal effects, drug paraphernalia like needles and rubber bands. Soiled bed linen was also distributed in the room

Gordon was notorious for the death in 2015 of Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina (pictured together in 21012), who was in a coma for six months after being found unconscious in a bathtub with similar drugs in her system

Gordon was notorious for the death in 2015 of Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina (pictured together in 21012), who was in a coma for six months after being found unconscious in a bathtub with similar drugs in her system

Despite his pariah status, he had a job late last year and his family believed he was going to turn a corner in his year-long battle against alcohol and drug addiction.

However, police documents reveal a sadder, chaotic resolution of Gordon's life: he was homeless and lived in the Sheraton with just a bag of clothes and a handful of possessions, including a phone, Xanax pills, four packs of Pez candy, and his battered BMW car.

McMahon, 28, had moved to the Orlando area for work a few months earlier and was staying at the same hotel where the couple became romantically involved, she told officials.

On December 31, they left their place of work, 24/7 InTouch Orlando, bought liquor and groceries from Taco Bell before returning to the hotel to have a drink and smoke a pot.

"At around 8:30 pm they both snorted a series of heroin and shot a couple of tequila shots," Maitland police reported.

“Airyelle knew Nicholas was going to bring some type of anesthetic that night to celebrate the New Year, but she didn't know what type of anesthetic.

“Airyelle doesn't know where Nicholas got the heroin from. This was the first time Airyelle had used heroin. "

Airyelle McMahon (pictured), a coworker and friend, dialed 911 after 30-year-old Gordon made "moaning noises" in his sleep and a "dark substance" oozed from his nose, according to police reports

Airyelle McMahon (pictured), a coworker and friend, dialed 911 after 30-year-old Gordon made “moaning noises” in his sleep and a “dark substance” oozed from his nose, according to police reports

The report says Gordon and McMahon fell asleep while watching TV, but McMahon woke up around midnight to find that the bed was damp from either urine or vomit

The report says Gordon and McMahon fell asleep while watching TV, but McMahon woke up around midnight to find that the bed was damp from either urine or vomit

McMahon woke up repeatedly throughout the night to find that Gordon was snoring, semi-conscious, and finally making moaning noises. When she could not find a pulse and saw a "dark substance coming out of his nose," she called the police at 5:05 am

McMahon woke up repeatedly throughout the night to find Gordon snoring, semi-conscious, and finally making moaning noises. When she could not find a pulse and saw a "dark substance coming out of his nose," she called the police at 5:05 am

McMahon, 28, had moved to the Orlando area for work a few months earlier and was staying at the same hotel where the couple became romantically involved, she told officials

McMahon, 28, had moved to the Orlando area for work a few months earlier and was staying at the same hotel where the couple became romantically involved, she told officials

DailyMail.com later announced that the substance Gordon was taking was black tar heroin, a cheaper but notoriously effective and dangerous form of the drug

DailyMail.com later announced that the substance Gordon was taking was black tar heroin, a cheaper but notoriously effective and dangerous form of the drug

DailyMail.com later announced that the substance Gordon was taking was black tar heroin, a cheaper but notoriously effective and dangerous form of the drug

The report says they fell asleep while watching TV, but McMahon woke up around midnight to find that the bed was damp from either urine or vomit.

She slapped Gordon in the face and couldn't wake him, but he was breathing and she could feel a pulse, so she rolled him onto his side so he wouldn't choke.

McMahon woke up repeatedly throughout the night to find that Gordon was snoring, semi-conscious, and finally making moaning noises.

When she could not find a pulse and saw a "dark substance coming out of his nose," she called the police at 5:05 am.

"While he was performing chest compressions on Nicholas while the operator was instructing them, more dark matter came out of his nose and mouth," the report adds.

Gordon stopped responding when first responders arrived and died the next day at Altamonte Springs Hospital. Family members, including his brother Jack Walker Jr., sat by his bed.

“I thought he was sick. I thought he was just fucked, "McMahon told investigators.

DailyMail.com later announced that the substance Gordon was taking was black tar heroin, a cheaper but notoriously effective and dangerous form of the drug.

However, Detective Ryan Quinn concluded that the death was an accident and did not warrant further investigation.

"I have found that there is no evidence of bad play or any evidence of the means by which the deceased was able to obtain the narcotics found in their body," he concluded.

At the time of his death, Gordon called himself Nicholas Bouler, after his biological father Jon Bouler. Friends speculated he was trying to escape his past and the $ 36 million civil damages he owed over Bobbi Kristina's death. Pictured: Bobbi Kristina, her mother Whitney Houston and Gordon

At the time of his death, Gordon called himself Nicholas Bouler, after his biological father Jon Bouler. Friends speculated he was trying to escape his past and the $ 36 million civil damages he owed over Bobbi Kristina's death. Pictured: Bobbi Kristina, her mother Whitney Houston and Gordon

Gordon stopped responding when first responders arrived and died the next day at Altamonte Springs Hospital. Family members, including his brother Jack Walker Jr., sat by his bed.

Gordon stopped responding when first responders arrived and died the next day at Altamonte Springs Hospital. Family members, including his brother Jack Walker Jr., sat by his bed.

Police documents reveal a sadder, chaotic resolution of Gordon's life: he was homeless and lived in the Sheraton with just a bag of clothes and a handful of possessions, including a phone, Xanax pills, four packs of Pez candy, and his battered BMW car

Police documents reveal a sadder, chaotic resolution of Gordon's life: he was homeless and lived in the Sheraton with just a bag of clothes and a handful of possessions, including a phone, Xanax pills, four packs of Pez candy, and his battered BMW car

"At around 8:30 pm they both snorted a series of heroin and shot a couple of tequila shots," Maitland police reported. “Airyelle knew Nicholas was going to bring some type of anesthetic that night to celebrate the New Year, but she didn't know what type of anesthetic. “Airyelle doesn't know where Nicholas got the heroin from. This was the first time Airyelle had used heroin.

Despite his pariah status, he had a job late last year and his family believed he was going to turn a corner in his year-long battle against alcohol and drug addiction

Despite his pariah status, he had a job late last year and his family believed he was going to turn a corner in his years of battling alcohol and drug addiction

Detective Ryan Quinn concluded that the death was an accident and did not warrant further investigation. "I found that there was no evidence of foul play or any means by which the deceased was able to obtain the narcotics found in his body," he concluded

Detective Ryan Quinn concluded that the death was an accident and did not warrant further investigation. "I found that there was no evidence of foul play and no evidence of the means by which the deceased was able to obtain the narcotics found in his body," he concluded

At the time of his death, Gordon called himself Nicholas Bouler, after his biological father Jon Bouler. Friends speculated he was trying to escape his past and the $ 36 million civil damages he owed over Bobbi Kristina's death.

Bobbi Kristina, the daughter of pop icons Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, spent six months in a coma after passing out in a tub with drugs in her system and bruises on her chest.

Protesting his innocence, Gordon insisted on doing everything possible to revive the 22-year-old aspiring singer after finding her passed out at the shared home in Alpharetta, Georgia.

The sad episode mirrored the death of her superstar star mother Whitney, who also drowned in a bathtub at a Beverly Hills hotel. Cocaine abuse and heart disease contributed to her death in February 2012.

Similarly, in Bobby Kristina's autopsy, drug poisoning and the immersion of her face in the water were listed as factors.

Gordon, who was taken in by Houston at the age of 12, was never prosecuted and claimed he tried his best to save the girl he considered his "little sister" before their relationship became romantic.

Brown's estate accused him of causing her death by giving her a "toxic mixture" and also stealing her from her bank account while in a coma.

When Gordon and his attorney did not show up at hearings in 2016, a Fulton County Supreme Court judge ruled against him by default and ordered him to pay massive damages.

Gordon's rap sheet also contained arrests for kidnapping and domestic violence against Laura Leal, another friend who said he hit her so hard during a fight in June 2017 that she wondered if she was dead.

McMahon declined to speak to DailyMail.com.

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