Tori Spelling, Dean McDermott move into $3.7M mansion despite owing $1.2M in taxes and unpaid credit card bills
‘Scary Movie 2’ actress Tori Spelling has reportedly moved into a mansion worth $3.7 million despite unpaid credit card bills and $1.2 million in taxes.
The reports have confirmed that she and husband Dean McDermott owe up to $1,182,760 in taxes.
According to The Sun, “A Los Angeles court clerk confirmed to The Sun that their federal tax liens in the amounts of $707,487 and $184,390, filed in 2016 and 2017, respectively, remain unpaid.”
It further states that their state tax liens for $259,108 and $31,775 filed in 2016 and 2018 also remain inactive according to the source.
She also hasn’t paid her lawsuit with American Express Bank from 2020, as per a report. The bank requested the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Office to ensure the couple pays their dues of $88,731.25 on March 5, 2020.
She was also asked to pay the debt buying company Cavalry SPV I a total of $5054.32 for unpaid credit card bills on behalf of Citibank in September 2018.
Spelling and her husband aren’t new to being slapped with lawsuits. Previously, City National Bank sued the couple for not re-paying $400,000 in loan.
Despite the mountain of loads, unpaid taxes, and credit card bills, Spellings and McDermott moved into a new mansion in April 2020. The $3.7 million worth house is said to consist of a private sauna, pool, waterfall, two master suites, a wet bar, and a gourmet kitchen among many other amenities.
She’s currently residing in her lavish home worth husband and five children amid lockdown. When asked how she’s coping with it, she told Daily Mail, “Everyone in our house was fighting over what to watch on TV, so we just downloaded this new app and got the kids settled. Now, we can figure out what we wanna watch.”
“Have you heard of the app Watchworhy? It’s personalized TV, so you can personalize it to your watch list,” the LA native explained.
“You can connect it to your Netflix or Disney+! we just downloaded two episodes of the Muppets, so they are set," she further added.