Toni Braxton is suing an insurance company for failing to honour an agreement to cover the cancellation of her Las Vegas concerts in 2008.
The Unbreak My Heart singer was forced to pull the final shows in her two-year Sin City residency at the Flamingo Hotel last August (08), after she was hospitalised for an ongoing heart problem.
Braxton, who has microvascular angina - a small vessel disease, claims she bought insurance from Lloyd's of London in the event of "non-appearance" or "cancellation", which protects entertainers in case concerts have to be scrapped, reports TMZ.com.
Company bosses are refusing to pay up for the skipped shows, alleging Braxton never mentioned her pre-existing health issue when she signed with them - therefore deeming the insurance cover void.
But Braxton insists she was open about her heart disease and is seeking undisclosed damages.