Toni Braxton Buys $3 Million Mansion Months After Bankruptcy Settlement (REPORT)

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  • Six months ago Toni Braxton was settling her massive bankruptcy case, now the R&B star is reportedly settling into a brand new luxurious home.

    According to TMZ, Braxton purchased a $3 million mansion in “The Oaks”, an exclusive gated community in Calabasas, California which is in the same neighborhood as Justin Bieber.

    The home boasts 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms which is plenty enough room for Braxton and her two sons, Denim and Diezel.

    At the time of her bankruptcy in 2010, Braxton was reportedly $50 million in the hole; so it’s great to see she has overcome the huge debt.

    Braxton is set to release a duet album with Babyface titled “Love, Marriage & Divorce” in February 2014.

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    4 thoughts on “Toni Braxton Buys $3 Million Mansion Months After Bankruptcy Settlement (REPORT)

    1. Of course she settled her $50 million debt for a great deal less, and guess who gets screwed, the taxpayers! I’m sick of celebs and others spending 100 times more than they make and then “Bankruptcy” and we pick up the major tab, because the majority of what they owe is back taxes, just like Westley Snipes foe example!

    2. I’m sure she’s being paid quite well for doing the reality tv show. Therefore she can afford a $3ml home. Just better make sure she can afford to paid those high dollar California real estate taxes and other expenses for living in Cabasas CA. The smart thing to do would invest some of that reality tv money. Reality TV shows come and go, nothing last forever not even a singing career and you should know that Toni.

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