Grammy Award winner Toni Braxton was recently able to complete a bankruptcy which she started back in 2010. It was Braxton’s second bankruptcy and as part of the deal she was allowed to buy back the copyright to her songs for $20,000 as long as she wasn’t outbid. Well recently the unthinkable happened when a man named, Ross M. Klein, stepped in an outbid Braxton. On July 15th, he doubled Braxton’s bid and walked away with the songs.
Klein was able to snatch 27 of the singer’s songs including: You’re Making Me High,” “How Many Ways,” and “Always.
According to TMZ.com, one of Braxton’s biggest hits, “Un-break My Heart,: was not among the songs that Klein was able to purchase. (Pulse of Radio)