Bobbi Kristina Brown net worth: Bobbi Kristina Brown was an American heiress and reality star who had a net worth of $20 million dollars. Born in March of 1993, Bobbi Kristina Brown was the only child of Whitney Houston, and the fourth child of Bobby Brown. Bobbi Kristina grew up in the shadow of both of her parents' successful music careers. Her mother was famous for both her powerhouse vocals and her string of successful films. Her mother's highest grossing films, "The Bodyguard" and "Waiting to Exhale", were released the year before her birth, and after her birth, respectively. Her parents were the subject of a docu-drama on Bravo during her elementary school years, and she often followed one or the other of them on tour. After her parents divorced in 2007, she spent the majority of the time in her mother's home in Atlanta, though she was often there alone. Her parents were known to have used drugs, and many believe that this contributed to her mother's untimely death. It had also been widely reported that she too had a drug habit. She recently made headlines when rumors circulated that she was using drugs after her mother's funeral. On January 31st, 2015, Bobbi Kristina was found unconscious in a bathtub in her Atlanta home. She was rushed to a hospital and put in a medically-induced coma. Tragically, there had been reports that the brain damage would be insurmountable and Bobbi would be taken off life support at some point.
When Bobbi Kristina turned 21 earlier this year, she received around $2 million, from a trust fund that was established after her mother's tragic death. That represents around 10% of what is believed to be a $20 million trust. Another 15%, roughly $2.7 million, was to be distributed when she turned 25. The remainder was supposed to be distributed on her 30th birthday. However, neither happened as Bobbi Kristina passed away on July 26, 2015.
The death of the 22-year-old means the terms of the will state that the remaining funds will be evenly split among Whitney's mother Cissy and two brothers. Ex-husband Bobby Brown was an original beneficiary of Whitney's will, but he was removed when they divorced in 2007.
Assuming Bobbi does not have a will, her father would theoretically have a legitimate claim to whatever money has already been distributed. The one wrinkle in that plan will be Bobbi's boyfriend/alleged husband Nick Gordon. Nick claims that he and Bobbi were married which would make him the closest direct beneficiary of the distributed money. A family lawyer so far has denied Nick's claim that they were actually married.