Toni Braxton Up to Her Eyes in Unbelievable Debt

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R&B singer Toni Braxton has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy again, according to TMZ. She owes between $10 million and $50 million.

The companies to which she is indebted include Tiffany & Co., AT&T, The Four Seasons Hotels, and Neiman Marcus. Maybe diamonds aren't a girl's best friend after all.

On top of that, she owes some money to the Department of Motor Vehicles in California and Nevada.

Braxton said she's having trouble making the payments because she is only worth between $1 million and $10 million. She must be feeling pretty low, considering she's labeling herself with a monetary value.

Damn, woman! Bankruptcy is serious, of course, but get it together, Toni!

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