Whitney Houston‘s last will and testament has been revealed, and it contains few surprises. As expected, her only daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, is the benefactor of Houston’s estate. The will, which was executed in 1993 and amended in 2000, includes a mention of Bobby Brown, who was Houston’s husband at the time, but he didn’t inherit any of her assets.
Bobbi Kristina, however, gets everything. In the will, Whitney bequeaths to her “all my household furniture and furnishings and other articles of household use,” and “all my clothing, personal effects, jewelry, and automobiles.”
Inside Edition released a portion of the document. What’s not included there are the terms of the inheritance. All of Whitney’s liquid assets — money — will be placed in a trust, executed by Whitney’s mother, Cissy Houston, and brother, Michael Houston, and sister-in-law, Donna Houston. Bobbi Kristina will get access to some of the funds when she turns 21 (she’s 19 now). She’ll get more at 25, and the remaining money at 30.