Whitney Houston Leaves Her Entire Fortune to Daughter Bobbi Kristina
Looks like Whitney Houston left her belongings behind for the person she adored most, her daughter. In her Last Will and Testament, obtained by Inside Edition, Whitney stated that Bobbi Kristina would get everything, which includes her money, furniture, clothing, personal effects, jewelery and cars.
Whitney, who passed away at the age of 48 on Feb. 11, updated her will in April 2000, when Bobbi Kristina, now 19, was just seven. Before that, she hadn't touched it since Feb. 1993.
In 2014, when Bobbi Kristina turns 21, she will inherit Whitney's money. When she turns 25, she will get more money and then at the age of 30, she will be given complete access to her mother's fortune.
The 19-page document also states that Whitney's mom Cissy Houston is the executor of the will, while her brother Michael and sister-in-law Donna are trustees. Although her ex-husband Bobby Brown is mentioned in the paperwork, Whitney left him nothing.
Bobbi Kristina is set to give her first interview since her mother's death to Oprah Winfrey on her new show Oprah's Next Chapter, which will air this Friday at 9 p.m. on the OWN Network.