It seems that things are not going that well for actress Tori Spelling. The star has reportedly been sued for failing to pay her bills. The lawsuit against the popular actress was filed by American Express. The legal action was initiated in Los Angeles.
So, according to the credit card company’s legal proceedings, Tori received a notification asking her to pay up her bill, but the actress refused to do so. Consequently, American Express filed the lawsuit, aiming to determine the star to pay her debt. Allegedly, the actress failed to make payments for several months.
Well, the sum is not exceptional, the actress being said to owe $37,981.97 in credit. However, American Express is seeking for its money to be returned by the actress. Still, things may not be very simple for Tori, who is said to be dealing with serious financial problems.
Back in 2013, Tori herself admitted the financial struggle and revealed that she and her husband Dean McDermott actually could not afford a vasectomy. The two have four children together.
Things had not become better for the actress, who only a year later claimed that she was not able take the responsibility of caring for people financially. “I feel so responsible for so many people and I can’t do that. [I can’t handle] the responsibility of having to take care of so many people financially, the fear of that. [It] doesn’t matter,” the actress said during an episode of True Tori that was aired in October 2014.
Tori Spelling is best known for her role in Beverly Hills, in which she played the part of Donna Martin. The famous television series was actually produced by her father. Still, Tori is believed to have only obtained $800,000 from the huge fortune of $500 million that her dad left when he passed away in 2006, as the biggest amount of money was actually inherited by Tori’s mom.
Tori Spelling has not commented on the lawsuit, thus, how serious her financial problems are is something that remains unclear for now. Also, the actress has stayed away from the public’s attention lately.