Bobby Brown, the father of Whitney Houston’s only heir Bobbi Kristina Brown, has reportedly filed for guardianship over his daughter, who remains unresponsive in a hospital after being found unconscious in a bathtub earlier this year, the International Business Times reported on May 8.
Although the article reports the Houston family believes Brown is seeking Bobbi’s inheritance, estate law states that her will would still be valid; her will mandates that Bobbi Kristina’s inheritance will be handed over to her grandmother, Cissy Houston, and her aunt Pat and uncle Gary Houston, in the event of her death.
The Houstons have also expressed their plan to contest Brown’s move.
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Comedian and producer Joan Rivers has left $150 million to her daughter Melissa Rivers and her grandson Cooper Endicott, The Daily News reported on Thursday, September 18.
She also had clear instructions regarding the welfare of her four rescue dogs. The veteran actress requested that her dogs be handed over to Jocelyn Pickett, her personal assistant and family friend. A source close to the Rivers stated that the late comedian treated her dogs as a family, and wanted them to be taken cared of should anything happen to her.
The report also confirmed Melissa Rivers is in the process of selling Joan’s $35 million penthouse near Fifth Avenue and home in Connecticut.
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Believing that his fortune will be a burden on his children, former Police front man Sting stated that his three daughters and three sons will not inherit much of his wealth, E! Online reported on June 23.
The singer, who is worth about $300 million, told his children that with all his commitments, he will not be leaving them with much money because he plans to spend most of it. Sting and his wife, Trudie Styler, are supporters of several charitable institutions. He praised his children for their hard work ethic, suggesting that they prefer to earn money from their own merit rather than a grandiose inheritance.
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