Details of Whitney Houston's will have emerged and daughter Bobbi Kristina is set to inherit millions. The 19-page document was released on Wednesday in Atlanta, Georgia where it was reportedly filed.
Bobbie Kristina will inherit everything. Houston left her money, clothing, furniture, cars, jewelry and her house to her daughter.
The money will be placed in a trust until Bobbi Kristina turns 21 years old. She is only 19. Inside Edition reports that Bobbie Kristina will get more money when she turns 25 and the rest of her mother's fortune when turns 30. She can draw money from the trust for reasons such as school tuition, everyday expenses and starting a business.
The will was reportedly drafted in 1993 when Bobbi Kristina was born. It was amended in 2000. Forbes reports that the will was again updated in 2004, naming Marion Patricia Houston, the late singer's sister-in-law, executor of the estate. Houston's brother in-law is said to be listed as a trustee.
Bobbie Brown was reportedly written out of the will and will receive nothing.
Houston suddenly passed away on Feb. 11 in Beverly Hills at the Beverly Hilton. She died the night before the Grammy's at the age of 48. Houston's funeral was on Feb. 20. in New Jersey.
Bobbi Kristina, her uncle Gary and her aunt Patricia recently spoke with Oprah Winfrey to discuss her mother's passing. The interview will on March 11 on Winfrey's new show Oprah's Next Chapter.