Bobbi Kristina, who is currently 19, will receive the proceeds from all of the late singer’s money, furniture, clothing, personal effects, jewelry, and cars, according to the will published by news show Inside Edition.
The inheritance will be placed in a trust until she is 21. She will get more money when she turns 25, and the rest when she is 30. Houston’s mother, Cissy, is the will’s executor, with her brother Michael and sister-in-law Donna trustees.
A copy of part of the will, first drafted in 1993 and amended in 2000 when she was still married to Brown, was published on the show’s website.
The last testament states that if her daughter had died before Houston, her assets would have been shared between her ex husband, her mother Cissy and other relatives.
Houston was found dead on February 11 in a Los Angeles hotel room, aged 48. She was laid to rest in a a New Jersey cemetery next to her late father, after a funeral ceremony celebrating her life on February 18.
The singer of hits including “I Will Always Love You” sold over 170 million records during a nearly three-decade career, but fought a long battle against substance abuse while trying to keep her performing talent alive.
Speculation has raged since her death that the singer may have succumbed to a lethal cocktail of prescription drugs and alcohol, though official results from her autopsy were not expected for several weeks.