Tori Spelling hit the jackpot! Well, no, but she won’t be getting arrested any time soon, at the very least, which is a win! Tori must be kissed by a unicorn because that bench warrant, which was issued for her arrest at the beginning of April, has been dropped. She’s stepping into May as a new woman… okay not really. She’s still about to be sort-of audited so it’s like, you win some, you lose some.
Tori Spelling can run but she cannot hide. City National Bank has been coming after her for a while. The former (and now current again) Beverly Hills, 90210 mess has owed City National a shit ton of money for quite some time now. She was supposed to have paid off a loan she took out years ago, years ago, but Tori is as good with money as Dean McDermott is with staying faithful. Well, the California court system is ready to come down hard on ol’ girl, because they just issued a bench warrant for her arrest for not showing up to court.
It’s been a rough few months for old Tori Spelling. She’s had the police over to her house more times than Heather Locklear, but whereas Heather could pay for her own bail, Tori was always at risk of spending a night in the clanger. Well things aren’t really getting any better for Candy Spelling‘s least favorite child.
People is reporting that while staying at the Four Seasons, Tori and her family, husband Dean McDermott and children, Liam Aaron, Stella Doreen, Hattie Margaret, Finn Davey, and Beau Dean experienced a danger in the arcade room. Tori took to Instagram to slap at Four Seasons Hotel for allegedly stabbing her youngest son, Beau Dean, with nails! Nails in the arcade room? Jesus! Four Seasons treats children worse than ICE! Continue reading
Tori Spelling is probably so proud of herself for finally achieving something besides popping out kids or family drama, that she’s begun planning an insanely expensive “Congratulations to ME!” party complete with a six-foot tall cake covered in edible dollar bills and fondant final notice warnings.
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott owe a lot of money to a variety of banks and tax collectors. Page Six says that Tori and The Deaner’s absentee tax money has gotten so bad, the State of California has added their name to a list of the 500 most prolific tax delinquents. They owe $282,655. That’s a lot of money to owe, but they’re not anywhere near the worst offenders. Chris Tucker reportedly owes $1.2 million. Ted Field, son of Marshall Field IV, owes $20 million. However, Tori and The Deaner owe more than Xzibit ($232,000) and Macy Gray ($241,000).
The list doesn’t have any real repercussions; it serves only as a way to embarrass everyone who isn’t paying California.
If California wants to see any of that money, I think I might have a solution. All of those names above sound like a potential cast list for a reboot of The Surreal Life called The Surreal Life: Tax Trouble$. They could just make their money back through advertising. Except the only problem is, Tori and The Deaner would no doubt end up costing them money. “Lookee here, everyone! Your new pal The Deanerino just got himself a jetski for the house pool! I just leased it in the production company’s name at a 69% interest rate. Hehe…69.”
“I’m sorry, all our operators are busy at the moment responding to calls about Tori Spelling or Dean McDermott. Please stay on the line” – is the prerecorded message one probably hears when they call the Tarzana police department. According to UsWeekly, Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott continue to keep the police busy.
Exactly one week ago, police were called by Dean McDermott to deal with a mental health situation involving Tori Spelling. Tori had reportedly been acting very aggressive, which some sources blamed on her current situation as a stressed-the-hell-out mother of 5 with tons of unpaid bills. (Tori had also called 911 the night before thinking it was a break-in, but it was just Dean.) Tori’s got kids and bills, and now she’s got one more thing to worry about: a husband who keeps calling the police on her.