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.
This is truly a dark time for Tori’s bank accounts. First she was ordered by AmEx to pay her $38,000 bill (a month later it was reported her AmEx balance had grown to almost $87,600) and now the government has gotten serious. But I’m confused. How could the IRS drain Tori and Dean’s bank accounts if there’s no money in there? Don’t tell me they went further into overdraft. If their bank let their account go from -$17,149 to -$724, 636.30, then I think we’ve found someone dumber with money than Tori and Dean.
I’m sure Tori doesn’t care about this latest money problem. All she has to do is climb up on the roof and flash the Candy Signal (a flashlight behind a dollar bill) and it will all be fine. The Deaner, on the other hand, seems like the type who would panic and start bargaining with a higher power.
“Hey God, what’s crappening up there? You getting that sweet angel tail? Anyways, listen – The Deaner is doing no good down here on Earth. People are coming for the money I owe them. Good news is I got a super smart solution, but I just need your help with it. I’ve got a couple hundos I’ve been hiding under a mattress with a stack of Hustlers, and I’m gonna tie them to a helium balloon and send it up north to Heaven for safe keeping. You can flip through the Hustlers, but paws off the cash bro!”