Amid discussions about whether Bobbi Kristina should be moved to a rehab center after remaining on life support since Jan. 31, her relatives also are arguing about the fortune that the 22-year-old daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown inherited from her mother. In addition, they’re pointing at her boyfriend Nick Gordon as the possible culprit for a missing diamond ring, reported Extra.
Bobbi Kristina inherited $20 million and a diamond ring estimated at a value of $250,000. However, the ring has vanished since she was hospitalized.
Dr. Phil met with Gordon for an interview that quickly turned into an intervention. Although Nick was raised by Whitney Houston as his unofficially adopted “mother,” his birth mother Michelle also appeared on the show.
During that interview, Dr. Phil specifically asked about reports that the diamond ring had vanished. Although Michelle claimed that she had it and was taking care of it, a representative speaking for Nick contended that the ring discussed on Dr. Phil’s show was not the same was the $250,000 gift from Whitney.
If Bobbi Kristina does not survive, Whitney Houston’s brothers and Cissy Houston will inherit the money remaining. She had received $2 million when she turned 21, but the rest of the money was scheduled to be paid out in intervals as she grew older.
As far as the inheritance that the 22-year-old already received, that depends on her will. If none exists, Bobby Brown would receive the money, since reportedly Nick Gordon and Bobbi Kristina were not legally married.
But the missing diamond ring remains an open question, reported Hollywood Take. That ring was displayed by Bobbi Kristina during her social media posts that she and Gordon were engaged.
Because Gordon’s mother claimed to have the diamond ring during that Dr. Phil intervention, Whitney Houston’s family has turned to Dr. Phil for help tracing it. Thus far no word has emerged on that search.
As for Bobbi Kristina’s current health? As the Inquisitr reported, Bobby Brown is now facing the heart-breaking decision to move his daughter to a rehabilitation center.
Brown initially had hoped that Bobbi Kristina would recover and not require life support such as a ventilator or feeding tube. But in the weeks that have passed, including her 22nd birthday, his prayers have not been realized. Physicians have kept her in a medically induced coma, and a move to a rehabilitation center would provide resources such as physical therapists to help her regain basic skills that she may have lost such as walking and even swallowing and talking, according to reports.
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