Thursday, 5 February 2015

Why Bobbi Kristina Brown Felt ''Isolated'' After Whitney Houston's Death & How She Was Coping With Her $15 Million Inheritance


It seems that money was the root of most of the drama between Bobbi Kristina Brown and her famous family.

Following Whitney Houston's tragic death nearly three years ago, Bobbi's partner Nick Gordon advised the legendary singer's daughter on how to spend her money.

"Whitney was always helping people in her life with various things--monetarily," an insider tells E! News. "When she died, some people expected Krissi to continue helping them and Nick stepped in and said, 'You know what, you need to look after yourself.' So he really put his foot down and said enough is enough... This obviously got some people upset. They were used to the extra help and so immediately that started causing a rift between the different sides of the family."

Despite all the ongoing issues, Bobbi Kristina "still loved her family."

As for her relationship with her father, Bobby Brown, our source explains that the two weren't as close with one another in the recent years.

And according to court documents, Bobbi Kristina was set to receive a 10 percent distribution of Whitney's estate, per the late star's will, as soon as she turned 21. Then, on her 25th birthday, she was due to inherit one-sixth of the estate, followed by the full balance by age 30.

Bobbi Kristina was the only heir to the fortune (which is estimated at around $12-$20 million dollars), which includes royalties and any other assets within the estate.

Our source claims that her "family has not been there for her" and that she "was partially isolated and felt like she had minimal family support."

"She felt slightly deserted when the money wasn't coming," the source tells us.

Bobbi Kristina is said to be "full of love and happiness" and "really excited about her future" foray into the music industry.

"She was looking to her mom as a source of inspiration and was excited for the change to continue that legacy."

But was the anniversary of her mother's passing weighing particularly heavy on the 21-year-old?

"Of course the anniversary was noteworthy in her life, but the truth is, she missed her mom 100 percent of the time. She wasn't more upset last week than normal."


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