“Inside Edition” reported that Whitney Houston‘s daughter, Bobbi Kristina, was left everything in the singer’s will. The estate is valued at approximately $20 million, according to TMZ. Guess she won’t be needing that benefit money from funeral footage, after all.
According to a 19-page document released on Wednesday in Atlanta, Georgia, the late singer’s daughter will receive “all household furniture, clothing, jewelry, automobiles and insurance polices.”
For now, the money is being placed in a trust for the 19-year-old Bobbi Kristina. She will receive increments when she turns 21, 25 and the last instalment at age 30, according to “Inside Edition.”
Although the will, originally drafted in 1993, was amended in 2000 after her marriage to Bobby Brown, her ex-husband will receive nothing.
However, Houston’s mother Cissy wouldn’t have been the sole beneficiary if Bobbi Kristina passed before her. According to the documents released, Bobby Brown would have also received Houston’s property.
“If no child survives me:
(1) I give all jewelry I own at my death to my mother, Emily Cissy Houston, if she survives me; and
(2) I give the rest of my tangible personal property (or all of my tangle personal property if my mother does not survive me) to those of my mother, Emily Cissy Houston, my father, John R. Houston, my husband, Robert B. Brown, my brother, Michael Houston, and my brother, Gary Houston.”
See part of the 19-page document, via “Inside Edition” here.
Bobbi Kristina will open up to Oprah Winfrey this weekend in her first interview since her mother’s death this Sunday on her OWN network.
Watch a trailer for the special, “Remembering Whitney: The Oprah Interview” below, touting an image of the two embracing.
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