About a month ago, a California judge granted a $220,000 default judgement issued by City National Bank against Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott. This was the most recent of many serious moves from people looking for their money. Any normal person might think that’s a sign to stop spending a lot of money. Not Tori and The Deaner! They decided to double-down on the terrible financial decisions by throwing their 9-year-old daughter Stella a lavish unicorn-themed birthday party on Saturday.
E! News says that Tori hooked Stella up with a huge cake, piñatas, face painting, and a unicorn. A freaking fake unicorn. That must have blown The Deaner’s mind; all this time he thought unicorns were as real as his career, and then that thing comes prancing in.
People says that Tori’s brother Randy Spelling and Jennie Garth were at the party, as well as her mom Candy Spelling.
We don’t know how much it cost to throw a party with a unicorn. But I can guess it was expensive. Only a few months ago, they had a $40,000 baby shower for their fifth kid. Tori should be on a budget, and she could have done this party for cheap. Just find a white dog and tie a gold-painted paper towel roll to its head. There, instant unicorn! And if you need a little extra festive flavor, hit up a Starbucks dumpster to look for half-drank Unicorn Frapps.
That t-shirt is cute, because those little ghouls are probably what greets Tori Spelling every time she peeks into any of her bank accounts. “Greetings, we’re the ghosts of dollars past, present, and future! Remember, you can’t spend us, we don’t exis…goddamn it, she’s going into overdraft again.”
Five months ago, City National Bank sued Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott over a bank loan. Tori and The Deaner owed $188,802 in loan payments, interest, and late charges. Tori also owed more than $17,000 in overdraft fees and interest. In March, City National issued a default judgement against Tori and Dean. It didn’t get paid. City National recently took it a step further.
E! News says Tori and Dean were supposed to respond to be in court on May 22 to respond to City National’s request, but they didn’t show up.
City National was seeking around $205,000 in damages. The judge granted a default judgement their motion and has ordered Tori and Dean to pay $219,796.66 ($202,066.10 for the loan, plus an additional $17,730.56 for Tori’s overdraft).
Tori and The Deaner better get working on a plan to come up with that money. Hopefully they’ll put a little more effort into it than they put into showing up for court. Dear Candy Spelling: if a very large girl scout with beady possum eyes shows up at your house asking if you’d like to buy some cookies at $60,000 a box, it’s a trap!
I know this picture is old, but Tori Spelling’s “Does not compute” face is just too perfect for a story involving forced financial responsibility.
Back in July, it was reported that the state of California came for The Default Twins with a tax lien of almost $260,000 for unpaid 2014 taxes. Page Six says that around the same time, the IRS hit them with a $707,487.30 tax lien for unpaid 2014 taxes. After almost 9 months of waiting, the IRS reportedly got their money by clearing out Tori and Dean’s bank accounts.
For the past couple of years, it’s been no secret that Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott’s marriage has been messy. Constant financial woes, The Deaner’s wandering peener, etc… Then Tori got pregnant with their fifth kid, and it seemed like everything was roses and rainbows again. Well, Tori recently spoke to People magazine about lil’ baby Beau Dean and it sounds like he’s doing a good job of keeping Tori and Dean stuck together.
The embarrassing fight between Dean McDermott and his ex-wife Mary Jo Eustace over his unpaid child support is finally over. It didn’t end with Dean leaving a goodbye note to Tori Spelling on the kitchen counter (“Adios, mamacita!“) and running away to Tijuana to live as long as possible under an assumed name (El Ojos de Possum). E! News says that The Deaner has actually agreed to fork over the money he owes to Mary Jo.
Mary Jo agreed to withdraw her lawsuit against Dean earlier this month after he allegedly cried poor in court, claiming he had fallen on “hard times.” She won’t be re-filing any time soon. A source tells E! that Dean and Mary Jo recently came to an agreement outside of court. Dean reportedly owed Mary Jo $100,800 in unpaid child support, interest, and attorney’s fees, and he has agreed to pay her in installments until his debt is cleared. Dean cut Mary Jo a check for $6000 last Monday, and will send her another $2500 by the end of the month.
E! News says that Dean has until July 1, 2020 to pay it off. Sure, I totally see that happening. If Mary Jo wants to actually get paid, she’s got to threaten him with a penalty for missed payment. Like making sure every tattoo shop is mysteriously too busy to hook him up with any more dirt bag ink. You’ve got to hit him where it hurts. And we all know that’s not his bank account, since that lost feeling ages ago.
Back in December Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott were slapped with a lawsuit from City National Bank over an unpaid loan, and that lawsuit is coming back to haunt The Default Twins pretty hard. City National loaned Tori and Dean $400,000 back in 2012, and only a little more than half was repaid. Tori also allegedly owes over $17,000 in overdrawn funds. The Daily Mail says that City National is tired of waiting around in payback purgaTori, and they’re coming for their money.
City National Bank has reportedly issued a default judgement against Tori and Dean for $188,000. They also want $17,000 to cover their overdrawn account. If the judgement is granted, then the bank can collect. The bank might want to start knocking on Candy Spelling’s checkbook first. Last week, Dean reportedly admitted during his child support showdown with Mary Jo Eustace that he couldn’t pay the $100,000 he owes because he had “fallen on hard times.” Mary Jo must have been feeling kind, because she withdrew her claims for now.
The bank already knows that Tori and Dean don’t have any money, so the bank might try to get repaid in assets they may have. Tori better get on the phone with her psychic and ask for a list of everything of value that should “mysteriously” go missing from her rental home. Or she could always just get The Deaner to put on a smoke and mirrors show the day the bank shows up to collect.
“Welcome to The Deaner’s Repo Depot! Feast your eyes on this box of promotional Chopped Canada t-shirts. Up north, they’re worth at least $20 each, but with the exchange, you’re looking at…aw hell, The Deaner don’t do math good!”