Bobby Brown Is Seeking Legal Control Over Bobbi Kristina’s Estate

April 28, 2015 / Posted by:

Bobbi Kristina Brown has spent the last 13 weeks in a coma after she was discovered unconscious in her bathtub, which means her father has spent the last 13 weeks taking an already messy situation and somehow making it messier. The last time we checked in on Bobby Brown, he was telling the audience at one of his recent shows that Bobbi Kristina was awake (a statement the Houston family later had to clarify). And now, the NY Daily News says Bobby Brown is trying to get control over her money.

A “source” claims that Bobby has filed for guardianship of Bobbi Kristina’s estate. Currently, Bobby only has the power to make medical decisions for her. But if a court grants the guardianship, he’ll also have control of her finances, whatever they may be. According to the same source, Bobbi Kristina was supposed to get 10% of Whitney Houston’s estate after she died, but the percentage was later modified “with good reason” and she never received it.

To make matters messier, People says Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend Nick Gordon is out of rehab seven weeks after that grimy walrus Dr. Phil sent him there, and I’m sure he’ll have something to say about who gets Bobbi’s share of Whitney’s cash.

I get that someone should be in charge of Bobbi Kristina’s estate, but something tells me this is only going to end in a dramatic courtroom fight between Bobby and Nick. I wish there was another option, like granting guardianship to a super smart cat or something. At least that way you know nobody will be caught “borrowing” a couple bucks from Bobbi Kristina’s bank account (well, unless the cat you grant guardianship to is MC Skat Kat, in which case, that money is as good as gone).

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