Sultry singer Toni Braxton has had her fair share of financial troubles over the years. She’s landed in more financial hot water because she’s being sued by an advertising company for defaulting on payments for posters advertising her hit WEtv reality show Braxton Family Values.
A company named National Promotions & Advertising went to L.A. County Superior Court to file a lawsuit against Toni Braxton and the rest of the producers of Braxton Family Values, alleging they had a contract with the show to promote the second season of the series. The ad company claims they posted 4,300 posters around the country and they were supposed to receive $57, 322.29 for their services.
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National Promotions & Advertising says they did their part and had all the posters up by November–right before the premiere of the second season. NPA also claims Braxton Family Values producers have yet to pay them their money. The ad company says they’ve tried repeatedly to get their money, but the attempts have been futile. NPA is suing for their original fee and they are looking to be paid for damages as well.
Toni Braxton’s rep responded to the suit by saying his client has nothing to do with marketing budgets or payables for the series. The rep concluded by stating that WEtv handles those things.
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