Cissy Houston to Inherit Portion of Bobbi Kristina's $20 Million Fortune
The only daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobbi Brown was surrounded by her family as she passed away at a hospice center on Sunday.
Following the death of Bobbi Kristina, questions have arisen over what will happen to her $20 million estate.
Her mother, Whitney Houston, made her the sole heir to her fortune in her will and Bobbi Kristina reportedly received 10 percent when she turned 21.
She was due to get 30 percent when she turned 25 and the remainder at age 30, but she was just 22 when she passed away on Sunday.
Her mother's will specified that if Bobbi Kristina died unmarried and childless then the remainder of the estate would be distributed between Houston's mother Cissy Houston and her two brothers, Gary and Michael.
It is unlikely Bobbi Kristina's father, Bobby Brown, will get any money since he was divorced from Houston.
New details are also emerging about Bobbi Kristina’s final moments.
The only daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobbi Brown was surrounded by her family as she passed away at a hospice center in Georgia on Sunday.
Reports say the small group repeated Psalm 23: “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.”
In those finals minutes, they also repeated “hallelujah” at her beside before she passed away at 8:17pm.
A funeral will reportedly be held in Atlanta on Saturday before her body is flown to New Jersey, where it will be laid to rest beside her mother’s. Whitney Houston passed away in 2012, aged 48.
Bobbi Kristina never had a Sweet 16 party and didn’t go to prom, so her service will reportedly have a festival theme – giving her the Sweet 16 she never had.
Actor and director Tyler Perry, who is a close friend of the family, is helping organize the services.
Bobbi Kristina, 22, passed away six months after she was found face down in a bathtub in her Roswell, Georgia home. An investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident is underway.
Watch Below: Dionne Warwick Remembers Bobbi Kristina: 'She Was a Sweetheart'
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