Brown’s husband, Nick Gordon, and a friend found her in the tub before 10:20 a.m. and started CPR, said Roswell police spokeswoman Officer Lisa Holland.
Police and rescue personnel arrived at the subdivision, north of Atlanta, and performed life-saving measures before Brown, 21, was brought alive and breathing to the nearby North Fulton Hospital.
Officer Lisa Holland, a spokeswoman for the Roswell police, said Brown, whose 22nd birthday is in March, was taken alive to North Fulton Hospital in Roswell.
“Right now she’s still alive at the hospital,” Holland said.
The incident, which remains under investigation, comes a week after a TV movie about her mother and two weeks before the three-year anniversary of her mother’s death, which happened on the eve of the 2012 Grammy Awards.
Detectives don’t believe foul play was involved, and the incident is being treated as a medical investigation, Holland said Saturday afternoon.
No further information about Brown’s condition was made available. Police were last called to the home on Jan. 23 after a reported “fight,” but officers found no evidence when they arrived, Holland said.
Brown’s scare comes less than two weeks before the third anniversary of her mother’s death. Houston, a seven-time Grammy winner, was found submerged in a bathtub in a Beverly Hills, California, hotel on Feb. 11, 2012. She was later pronounced dead.
Brown is also the daughter of R&B singer Bobby Brown.
Houston, 48, had struggled for years with cocaine, marijuana and pills, and her behavior had become erratic. Authorities examining Houston’s death found a dozen prescription drug bottles in the hotel suite. They concluded that she accidentally drowned. Heart disease and cocaine use were also listed as contributing factors in her death.
Over her career, Houston sold more than 50 million records in the United States alone. Her voice, an ideal blend of power, grace and beauty, made classics out of songs like “Saving All My Love For You,” ”I Will Always Love You,” ”The Greatest Love of All” and “I’m Every Woman.” Her six Grammys were only a fraction of her many awards.
Houston had her first No. 1 hit by the time she was 22, followed by a flurry of No. 1 songs and multiplatinum records.
Houston left her entire estate to her daughter.