Looks like Bobbi Kristina Brown will be getting her mother Whitney Houston's money right on schedule, as grandmother Cissy Houston has backed off her attempts to keep the 19-year-old from getting hold of millions of dollars too soon.
According to Whitney's will, her daughter was supposed to get her inheritance, worth an estimated $20 million, in three parts, with 10 percent, or $2 million coming when she turns 21; another $4 million at 25 and the remainder, $16 million, when she turns 30.
Her grandmother, along with Pat Houston, who are the co-executors of Whitney's estate had filed suit hoping to limit how the fortune would be paid out to the teenager, reports TMZ. But apparently, the girl and her grandmother have come to an agreement and Whitney's original plan for the money stayed the same.
Bobbi Kristina has already had a lot of problems since her mother died. She's spent time in rehab, almost got caught gambling, got high for her mother's funeral, and she's engaged to her adopted brother, Nick Gordon.
Cissy said Bobbi Kristina, the daughter of Whitney and Bobby Brown, is being influenced by Gordon and her father and they're both bad influences. Brown has had his own drug problems, and was recently arrested for driving under the influence, and with the combination of his influence and Whitney's own drug problems, family members are concerned that the apple won't fall from the tree. The family is also worried that Bobbi Kristina's drinking and partying is getting out of hand.
Of course, all the ugliness is being well documented in the Houston family's reality show The Houstons: On Our Own, showing now on the Lifetime Network.