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August 15, 2019

Towanda Braxton’s Former Landlord Reportedly Files Fraud Lawsuit against Her

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Towanda Braxton's former landlord is accusing her of falsifying her bankruptcy records to escape an outstanding debt of $76k for unpaid rent and damages to his property. 

A fraud lawsuit is breathing down Towanda Braxton’s neck and she’s demanding for its dismissal.

AN UNSETTLED DEBT

Braxton’s former landowner, Michael Wagoner is suing her for unpaid rent and damages amounting to $76k.

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According to The Blast, the amount was established by a court decision in a previous lawsuit where he claimed the “Braxton Family Values” star failed to pay rent and damaged his rental home leaving it with holes in doors and walls and setting portions of it on fire.  

In September, the two parties reportedly came to an agreement that Braxton would settle the debt in installments. However, she filed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy after making the first payment which would result to her debt to Wagoner wiped clean.

According to Wagoner, Braxton didn’t disclose the correct values of her assets just to get away from her debts. As such, he demands to be paid regardless of her bankruptcy filing.  

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A BANKRUPTCY FILING

In a new lawsuit, Wagoner demanded not to wipe out her debt claiming Braxton lied about her financial status in her bankruptcy filing. In her Chapter 7 documents in April, Braxton detailed her assets amounting to $277,650 covering a new Georgia home, household goods, clothing, and a checking account with $150. She declared zero savings. 

She also listed her liabilities amounting to $547,056.39. This includes debts to her mortgage company, to Wagoner, to Comcast, to a school, to attorneys, for medical bills and for money she owes her sister, Tamar Braxton. 

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AN ACCUSATION OF FRAUD

According to Wagoner, Braxton didn’t disclose the correct values of her assets just to get away from her debts. As such, he demands to be paid regardless of her bankruptcy filing. 

In response to Wagoner’s lawsuit, Braxton submitted documents requesting for its dismissal. Meanwhile, her bankruptcy case is still ongoing. 

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A MAN WHO MAKES HER HAPPY

As open as Towanda is about her financial problems, this isn’t the case when it comes to her personal life. Earlier this year, she kept her family guessing about her mystery man who she only named previously through his first name initial, S.

In April, her sister Tamar pieced information together to arrive at the conclusion that the man Towanda was seeing was Sean Hall, a music producer who’s been working with the family.

Shortly after, Towanda confirmed the speculation by sharing a photo of the two of them.

The post also revealed that the couple shares a separate social media account and a YouTube account where a vlog from their ski trip had been posted. 

With her ongoing bankruptcy case and lawsuit with Wagoner, it’s a good thing Towanda has a man in her life to make her happy. 

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