The last thing this family needs right now is more drama. But, considering the state that Bobbi Kristina is in, something tells me there is no way to avoid it. It’s been reported that Bobbi Kristina’s father, Bobby Brown is seeking guardianship over Bobbi Kristina’s estate.
Bobbi Kristina, who’s been in a medical induced coma for the last several months, isn’t showing many signs of improvement. Now it’s up to her family to decide what happens next. When her mother, Whitney Houston died in 2012, she named Bobbi Kristina her sole heir. She named her aunt Pat the executor.
Whitney’s will, which is on file in Fulton County Probate Court, described exactly how things should be distributed. At the age of 21, Bobbi was to receive 1/10th of the principal of Whitney’s estate, and when she turned 25, she was to receive 1/6th of the principal. On Bobbi’s 30th birthday, she receive the remaining principal.
Bobby Brown is now seeking guardianship over his daughter’s estate. It’s no secret that Bobby and Whitney’s mother Cissy Houston, haven’t had the best relationship over the years, and after making his financial troubles public, I’m sure this new development has Cissy giving him a major side-eye.
According to the AJC, Cissy addressed the matter via her attorney:
“This is a family matter involving sensitive information. We hope to resolve this in a manner that is respectful of Bobbi Kristina’s sensitive health information. The Houston family has always looked out for the best interest of Bobbi Kristina Brown. The family has done so all of her life and will continue to do so. We trust that others have the same objective.”
That last line was a little shady, but we’ll see what happens. Personally, I think Bobby is OWED something, is he not? He IS the child’s father, and WAS with Whitney through the up’s AND the down’s. And he DID put up with Cissy. So I think they need to give that man his fair share and keep it moving. Hasn’t the man suffered enough? What do you think? Does Bobby deserve a piece of this estate? And does he deserve to control what happens moving forward? Yay or nay?