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But not in the way he wants to be.
As of today, a judge has validated Whitney Houston's will, and her daughter Bobbi Kristina will inherit all of her mother's money, jewelry and worldly possessions.
As we reported yesterday, as her mother's sole beneficiary, Bobbi Kristina will literally want for NOTHING for the rest of her life, and the money she inherits will be divvied up throughout the next 12 years, so there's less of a chance of Whitney's only child squandering her mother's lifelong earnings. But new details were revealed today explaining that the will was actually amended in 2000 to include a clause over the unlikely, but not inconceivable chance that Bobbi Kristina dies before the probate is completed.
If that happens, Whitney's ex-husband, Bobby Brown and various other relatives would split up all of her assets. The catch is that Whitney left no instructions on how the assets would be handled; the inheritors have to duke it out amongst themselves. However, in the event that Bobbi Kristina dies, all of Whitney's jewelry would go to her mother, Cissy. That no one can lay a finger on.
Now, here is the final twist:
Let's say the group of beneficiaries, which besides Bobby includes Cissy, Whitney's dad John (who also has passed) and her brothers Michael and Gary, can't reach an agreement over the loot, the will says all of Whitney's stuff would be sold and they would just divide the cash.
Why do we feel like either way, Cissy is going to fight till the bitter end to keep any of her daughter money out of Bobby's hands? This could get ugly really fast. All the more reason to keep Bobbi Kristina healthy, happy and out of harms way. She has so much life to live and her mother has made sure that she has a life others could only dream of.
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