Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina may be inheriting her late mother's vast fortune, but she wants to shed any association with her father - stat.
The 19-year-old is telling friends that she wants to change her name to rid herself of any link to her dad, troubled singer Bobby Brown, as soon as possible, TMZ reports.
According to the site, Bobbi Kristina wanted to change her name to "Kristina Houston" years ago when her parents first split, but her mother didn't allow it at the time.
Now, however, Bobbi Kristina is anxious to make the swap, and is doing so with a "sober mind," according to TMZ.
Brown and Houston married in 1992 and divorced in 2006 after a turbulent marriage riddled with reports of drug abuse and domestic violence.
In her will, the "I Will Always Love You" singer named Bobbi Kristina the sole beneficiary of her estate - leaving her "clothing, personal effects, jewelry, and automobiles, and all insurance policies theron," and to Brown, nothing.
But the conflict between the two is continuing on past Houston's death.
In recently discovered divorce papers, Brown reportedly claimed that he was homeless and sleeping in his car while he paid for Houston's stay in rehab.
"Whitney took Bobbi Kris without my prior knowledge or consent, and moved to Orange County, California, where Whitney received treatment for her drug addiction. ...Although I was having severe financial problems, I did all I could to see my daughter," he wrote in the sworn declaration.
"I came to California to be near Bobbi Kris. I also paid approximately $10,000 for Whitney and Bobbi Kris to live in a nice hotel while Whitney was going through rehab. At the same time, I basically lived out of my car."
The couple had signed a prenuptial agreement, so neither party was obligated to financially support the other.
Houston maintained sole custody of Bobbi Kristina.