Whitney Houston Will Leaves All To Bobbi Kristina Brown
In what is being called a very wise move by her fans, the late singer Whitney Houston who passed away at the age of 48 in California last month has left all of her assets to her only child Bobbi Kristina Brown.
The singer’s will was released to the public on Wenesday and it shows that the 19-year-old who is set to have an interview with Oprah this weekend will inherit all of her mother’s clothes, cars, money and houses.
Houston’s fortune which is not revealed in the will be set in a trust and will be given to Bobbi Kristina when she turns 21, another portion will be awarded when she is 25 and the remainder will be turned over when she is 30 years of age.
The documents showed that the icon wanted her friend, sister-in-law and manager, Patricia Houston to manage her estate.
Despite being married to Bobby Brown for over 14 years, Whitney who prepared her will on Feb. 3, 1993, about a month before she gave birth to her daughter – she never mentioned him nor her mother Cissy Houston.