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Judge Threatens To Dismiss Tamar Braxton’s Divorce Petition

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Tamar Braxton may end up back with her estranged husband Vincent Herbert.

According to reports an L.A. County judge is about to throw their whole damn divorce away if Braxton doesn’t cough up some receipts ASAP. Per The Blast the 41-year-old R&B singer has been warned that if she doesn’t prove she served Vincent with divorce papers her petition will be dismissed.

Apparently the courts haven’t heard anything from Vince, so she has to show proof that he was in fact served “to acquire a default judgement without his involvement needed.” If she doesn’t produce the receipts, then the case could get thrown out.

Tamar filed for divorce in October 2017 after nearly 9 years of marriage, seeking “dissolution of marriage with a minor child.” The couple shares their 5-year-old son Logan Braxton Herbert. It’s also reported she’s seeking primary custody of their son.

Meanwhile Vincent has been going through a rough time financially, so maybe that’s why he’s not being cooperative? You’ll recall a lien was put on their Calabasas mansion back in April.  According to reports, the Townsgate Capital Corporation, sued the music producer and won a judgment of $104,031.57 last year. Vince has yet to pay up, hence the lien. 

The 44 year old, who is formerly part of Lady Gaga’s management team, also owes Sony music label a whopping $3.7 million after settling a lawsuit about an advance.

Since the news of their divorce many have speculated that it was all a publicity stunt for their WeTV reality show Tamar & Vince. 

Tamar’s mother Evelyn Braxton has alleged that Vince was abusive and literally tried to kill Tamar, while her sister Toni shrugged off divorce reports telling Angie Martinez she believes the couple will get back together.

Now, it’s just a waiting game to see if Tamar will bust a move.

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