Bobbi Kristina Set To Inherit Whitney Houston’s Fortune

Bobbi Kristina Set To Inherit Whitney Houston's Fortune

It looks like Bobbi Kristina was named main beneficiary in Whitney Houston‘s will and is set to inherit her late mother’s legacy – and ex-husband Bobby Brown gets nothing.

According to Inside Edition, the legal document was first dated and signed in 1993, the year Bobbi Kristina was born. The Grammy-winning singer – who tragically passed away at 48-years-old last month – willed her monetary fortune, property, clothing, as well as personal effects to her beloved only child.

Whitney’s money will be placed into a trust that Bobbi Kristina can partially access when she turns 21-years-old. She will be then able to access another portion of her inheritance at age 25 and the remainder at age 30.

Whitney’s mother Cissy Houston is named as executor of the estate in an updated version of the will filed in 2000 but Forbes reports the will was updated again in 2004 to name sister-in-law Patricia as administrator of her estate.

Whitney’s brother Gary Houston – who was named in the will as one of family members who the estate would be divided between if Bobbi dies – has recently spoken out about the document.

According to TMZ, the grieving man said, “I don’t concern myself with any of that [will stuff] … All I know is my sister’s gone.”

The 19-year-old troubled teen is set to to be interviewed by Oprah Winfrey on Sunday, despite her family’s concern over the timeliness.

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  1. Em

    As it should be – but there have been reports that the estate actually owes money, so she may not get anything. Hopefully that’s not the case.

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  2. Anonymous

    Quite rightly so.

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  3. Anonymous

    Typical of Oprah to get straight in there with the exclusive interview. I don’t care if she’s a close family friend, Bobbi Kristina is only 19 and just lost her mother.

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  4. Bonnie

    If Cissy and Whitney’s sister in law don’t get their hands on it first…BTW Whitney does not own the rights to her music so Bobbi won’t get any royalties from them!
    Her music it is owned by Sony and Dolly Parton owns the rights to I will always
    Love you! She never did write her own songs!

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    • Anonymous

      Neither do 90% of pop ‘artists’ these days. What point are you trying to make?

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      • SMH

        Alot more do then you think.

        I personally think it’s too soon for an interview at the same time everyone is going to be bugging this poor girl so she mind as well do it with Oprah (whom she trust) get it out there and hope that everyone else leaves her alone and lets this girl grieve.

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    • Anonymous

      Bonnie, i see you always have a negative comment, you need to Join Rush Limbauh’s team. If she did not write so what she can sing better than you could ever imagine! Rest in peace Whitney…

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  5. Anabelle

    “Her beloved daughter”? If she really loved her she’d have spent less time digging herself an early grave and more time taking care of her little girl.

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    • Anonymous

      Whitney was not perfect and I feel she truly loved her daughter but had an addiction, ugh did God give you the gift of reading hearts and judging? I think not! I am happy that Bobbi will get something and may God watch over her…

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  6. Anonymous

    im glad oprah is interviewing bobbi now the hole truth will come out about every thing after all bobbi did live it so who is the perfect person to ask these questions to but her daughter im proud of bobbi for agreeing to have this interview with oprah so after this every body will go on with there own lives an live this young lady the hell alone!

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  7. Anonymous

    Why does ANYONE need to interview this young woman?? Leave her alone.

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  8. Anonymous

    My thoughts and prayers are with you, Bobbi!

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