The Los Angeles Superior Court could soon seize Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott's bank accounts after the couple filed to pay their court judgment. 19659004] Spelling and McDermott were ordered to pay over $ 200,000 after a lawsuit against City National Bank in 2017. They have now failed to pay for over 669 days, and according to a report by Radar Online the court
A Los Angeles Superior Court clerk signed off on a contract of execution on March 28, allowing the Sheriff's office to take steps towards garnishing Spelling and McDermott's wages.
The court's award awarded City National Bank $ 202,066 in May or 201
This is just a small portion of the financial spelling and McDermott have been facing in the last few years. The reality stars have dealt with mounting debt and lawsuits over the last few years, with fewer options to make payments.
In February, Spelling and McDermott were served with papers ordering them to pay a total of $ 219,796.66 to City National Bank – still well under the original $ 400,000 Spelling reportedly failed to pay. Meanwhile, Spelling was also ordered to pay $ 88,000 to American Express in January.
In spite of their issues, Spelling and McDermott have carried on with life as usual. Last month, Spelling and McDermott took their children out in Calabasas, California, looking at pricey homes in the star-studded neighborhood. It was unclear who the new house might be, as Spelling and McDermott have been plagued with marriage problems as well. Spelling threw McDermott out of the family home on the holidays
Spelling and McDermott share five children altogether. Only Hattie and baby Beau accompanied them on their house hunt. The family has weathered countless controversies in their years on reality TV.
However, this month Spelling condemned the reports that her marriage is in trouble. they have no idea, "she duty Us Weekly . "We don't have relationship problems."
McDermott agreed, saying that the rumors were "awful" and adding: "It's just for free … Celebrities have feelings."