BOBBI KRISTINA Brown has been left all of her mother's assets, including money, furniture, clothing, personal items, jewellery and cars. Whitney Houston, who was found dead in Beverly Hills last month, left everything to her daughter in a will signed back in 1993 and amended in 2000, reports Inside Edition.
As for the specifics, Houston's riches will be placed in a trust until Bobbi Kristina turns 21. She will then receive another portion of the reported $20 million when she turns 25 and again when she is 30. Though Whitney's ex-husband Bobby Brown is mentioned in the bill, he will receive nothing. Despite drink and drug problems, Houston had amassed a huge fortune at the time of her death, and this has increased significantly following huge sales of her albums and singles following the death. Since her tragic passing, Whitney's albums have sold 648,000 units, benefitting the Houston Estate and Sony Music. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the singer had a royalty rate of $1 per record sold. The label has also made $1.7 million through single sales since the death, with Houston's estate taking around $252.000. Country singer Dolly Parton, who wrote Houston's biggest hit 'I Will Always Love You', has pocketed $70,000 from sales of the single alone. Warner Bros have benefitted too, after 175,000 DVD's of 'The Bodyguard' were snapped up.
Bobbi Kristina has reportedly coped badly with the loss of her mother, and briefly went missing after her funeral in Newark, New Jersey.