Bobbi Kristina Brown Hospitalized Briefly After Whitney Houston's Death

Whitney Houston, dead at the age of 48, with daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown.Whitney Houston, dead at the age of 48, with daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown.Bobbi Kristina Brown, the 18-year-old daughter of Whitney Houston, was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center just a day after news broke of her mother's death at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, father Bobby Brown confirmed in a statement. Bobbi Kristina was released later in the day.

Cause for hospitalization has not yet been confirmed. ABC reports that she was suffering from stress and anxiety, while TMZ cites a source that says she was "awake and alert" but also "hysterical, exhausted and inconsolable."

Hours after Houston died, Bobbi Kristina reportedly shouted at police officers outside the hotel room where her mother was found dead. Officers say no one was permitted to see the body, including Bobbi Kristina and Houston's cousin Dionne Warwick, TMZ reports.

Bobbi Kristina's father, R&B icon Bobby Brown, left a reunion tour with New Edition and returned to Los Angeles.

"Just say a prayer for my daughter, say a prayer for her mother, and if you find the time please say a prayer for me because I am going to need it," Bobby Brown said, asking for privacy while his daughter recovers and grieves with him and their family.

Family friend and singer Kim Burrell had been with Bobbi Kristina at the hotel after her mother died and that she was naturally overwhelmed -- not just for herself but also for how much it would impact Houston's fans. Burrell told reporters from the red carpet of the Grammys, where the music legend was honored, that Brown will be taken care of by loved ones.

"Bobbi Kristina has a huge heart, just like her mother," Burrell said. "She loves hard. She's going to be OK and we're going to see to it."

Bobbi Kristina, an aspiring singer, performed with her mother on "Good Morning America." Her cover of an Adele song on YouTube has garnered more than 100,000 views.

Brown also appeared on the family's reality show "Being Bobby Brown," where she was portrayed in the middle of many of her parents' heated arguments. Her parents divorced in 2007.

Whitney Houston spoke openly with Oprah Winfrey about her battles with addiction, and the strength of her relationship with her daughter and mother.

The cause of Whitney Houston's death is yet to be released.

Watch: Remembering Whitney Houston