Nearly one month after her untimely death at age 48, Whitney Houston‘s will has been revealed. The late singer has left all of her assets to 19-year-old daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown. According to Inside Edition, Bobbi Kristina will receive the proceeds from all of Houston’s money, furniture, clothing, personal effects, jewellery and cars when she turns 21. She’ll receive another installment at 25, and the remainder at 30.
Meanwhile, as Bobbi Kristina’s relatives reportedly plead for the troubled teen to stay out of the limelight, she’s set to appear in a televised interview with Oprah Winfrey on March 11 – exactly a month to the day of Houston’s death. Many are arguing it’s too soon, though I cannot even imagine how sky-high ratings will be come Friday.
Needless to say, it’s a sad scene all around. Bobbi Kristina was hospitalized twice the weekend she lost her mom, with family members fearing her suicidal. She’s also been relentlessly compared to Houston, which is just obscene. Bobbi may have inherited a fortune, but nothing will bring back her mother.
According to Inside Edition, Houston’s mom is the executor, while her brother and sister-in-law are the trustees. Houston first drafted the will in 1993 and amended it in April 2000 while she was still married to Bobby Brown. Her ex – Bobbi Kristina’s father – is mentioned in the will but receives nothing.