Music legend Toni Braxton has lost more than 24 of her hit songs to bankruptcy, as another person outbid her during an auction to claim the goodies.
According to reports, Toni filed for her second bankruptcy back in 2010, claiming she owed over $50 million in debts. And as part of a deal she struck with debtors when she settled the case last month, Toni was told that she could buy back 27 of her hit songs from her music catalog – which she lost when she filed for bankruptcy – for $20,000, but there was a catch: She could be outbid.
Unfortunately, a man by name Ross M. Klein came along and paid double Toni’s bid and subsequently carried off the songs.
According to TMZ, Toni’s lost songs include hits You’re Making me High, Always and How Many Ways. Unbreak My Heart was not among the 27.