Clipped From The Salina Journal
Tiffany fights Mom LOS ANGELES (AP) — A court has placed teen-age pop singer Tiffany Darwish in the custody of her aunt until a final ruling is made in her bid to obtain legal adult status and control of her career. For months, the 16-year-old entertainer has been fighting a legal battle with her mother, Janie Williams, who has had sole custody of her daughter since her 1985 divorce from Tiffany's stepfather, Dan Williams. At stake is Tiffany's share of an estimated $3 million in royalties from her MCA recordings, including her hit album, "Tiffany," which has sold more than 4 million copies. The court approved her aunt, Julie Abbas, as temporary guardian.