I seriously believe Tori Spelling is addicted to being perpetually in debt because she grew up super rich and probably thinks her self-inflicted struggle connects her with the problems of regular people. Newsflash darling: regular people pay their bills to avoid being perpetually in debt so stop getting your information from old episodes of Roseanne and Good Times. Once again Tori is at the mercy of her own awful spending habits because she’s been ordered to repay $88,594.55to American Express.
This isn’t Tori’s first time being in trouble with AmEx because back in 2016 she owed them $38,000. I must admit I’m very impressed that it only took her three years to break that record by tacking on an additional $50,000 for this go-round of debt. Way to go, Tori! Go hard or go home, if you’ll still have a home after this.
Us Weekly reports that AmEx was not having any of Tori’s mess so they sought legal action against her. Earlier this month, AmEx filed a writ of execution, a court order that’s basically the “Bitch Better Have My Money” of the legal world , demanding that she fork over the payment. I’m not sure how many Uber rides she’ll have to do in order to get that much money but she better think of something fast. Another way she could get the money is through a potential Beverly Hills 90210 reboot she’s been working on.
I wish I could say I feel bad for Tori but I don’t. I’m not sure how many times you have to find yourself in the same situation before you look in the mirror and admit you’re terrible with money. And just in case the 90210 reboot doesn’t happen maybe she could start a new reality TV series where credit card companies approve her and then see how fast she can blow through their lines of credit. Who am I kidding? Tori’s life is already that reality show.