Tori Spelling Butt Raped by the IRS

Welcome to the real world, Tori Spelling. The IRS bent her and her husband, Dean McDermott, over and tore them a new one. They did so by supposedly emptying out their bank accounts to retrieve unpaid federal tax liens.

In July 2016, it was reported that the couple — who had their fifth child in March — were slammed with a federal tax lien for $707,487.30 in unpaid federal taxes for their 2014 bill alone.

Spelling and McDermott face a crapload of liens and missed payments. American Express sued them in January 2016 for $37,981 and received a judgment in August for the full amount with $800 in legal fees tacked on. Then in November they sued them again for $87,594 for unpaid credit card payments.

California issued a tax lien for $259,108 in July last year for unpaid state taxes in 2014. This appears to be in addition to the federal taxes the government just took. On top of THAT:

In December 2016, City National Bank sued Spelling and McDermott for $188,803 for failure to make payments on a $400,000 loan they took out in 2012. The bank alleged that Spelling and McDermott owed $185,714 plus $2,407 in interest and $681 in late charges for a total of $188,803. The bank also requesting that Spelling pay back an additional $17,149 that she allegedly overdrew in September, bringing the total amount owed to $205,952.

Spelling thought she could get out from under the debt by popping out another child and parlaying that “into another reality series that would frame her as a Martha Stewart-like domestic goddess.” She forgot that no one cares to watch her. If no one wants to watch the Kardashians, they definitely don’t wanna watch Spelling.

It’s a shame because her dad Aaron Spelling produced a bunch of hit shows, including Charlie’s Angels, The Love Boat, Dynasty and Beverly Hills, 90210, that made him rich. He died worth about $600 million. Somehow, Tori got only $800,000.

Man, things aren’t good for these 90210 actors.

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