A Judge Has Denied Bobby Brown’s Request For Control Over Bobbi Kristina’s Finances

May 9, 2015 / Posted by:

A little over a week ago, Bobby Brown decided that someone should be in charge of Bobbi Kristina Brown’s financial situation while she remained in an unresponsive state in a Georgia hospital. Bobby threw up his arm and volunteered to do it, so to speak, by filing for guardianship of her estate. I hope Bobby hasn’t gone ahead and ordered any custom checks in Bobbi Kristina’s name, because a judge recently took Bobby’s request and tossed it in the trash.

According to the NY Daily News, Bobby Brown was denied control over his daughter’s finances by Judge Jeryl Debra Rosh during a hearing this week. He has, however, been granted co-guardianship along with Bobbi Kristina’s aunt/Whitney Houston’s sister-in-law Pat Houston. Bobby and Pat’s responsibilities as co-guardians are limited to medical decisions. Judge Rosh has appointed an unidentified third party outside the family too look after Bobbi Kristina’s money. Bobby and Pat released a joint statement saying they “are appreciative of the manner in which Judge Jeryl Debra Rosh handled this matter.”

Pat Houston still controls Whitney’s estate, so even though she’s not in control of Bobbi Kristina’s current financial situation, it’s still up to her to decide how much of that goes to Bobbi Kristina. Currently she’s received less than 10% of it.

I wonder who this unidentified third party in charge of Bobbi Kristina’s money is. It’s definitely not her boyfriend Nick Gordon, because he would have already announced it during an interview with morally-corrupt walrus Dr. Phil. Maybe it’s Jesus? It would make sense; we have been bombarding him with endless requests to take the wheel on this messy situation.

Here’s Pat Houston and Cissy Houston visiting Bobbi Kristina at the hospital on Thursday.

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