Tori Spelling Ordered to Court for Failing to Pay Back Over $200K in Loans
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Tori Spelling Ordered to Court for Failing to Pay Back Over $200K in Loans


Just when we thought Tori Spelling and her husband, Dean McDermott, had a handle on their money issues, Tori has been called back to court again for over $200K in unpaid loans.

So much for a "happy holidays" for these two!

The reality stars are no strangers to very public money issues — they've been in trouble with credit card companies for unpaid bills, and he's been in trouble with his ex, Mary Jo Eustace, for unpaid child support, among other things.

Plus, they reportedly owed $1 million in taxes as of November 2016!

And it looks like the monetary issues will unfortunately follow them into 2018.

The parents of five were given a loan of $400K in 2010, Radar Online reports.

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However, they still owe about half of that money back, which is why the two have been summoned to court by City National Bank, the same bank that sued the couple in 2016 for failing to pay back the loan.

“You are ordered to appear personally before this court, or before a referee appointed by the court, to furnish information to aid in enforcement of a money judgment against you,” the November 6 filing obtained from the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles reads.

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The Beverly Hills, 90210 star must appear at her court date of February 21, 2018, or could potentially be subject to arrest.

Jail would be not so great for Tori, who welcomed her fifth child, Beau, with Dean earlier this year.

The former child star even said baby Beau saved their marriage, which was riddled with trust issues after Dean admitted to having an affair.


Think another baby could solve their financial problems, too? We kid.

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What do you think of Tori and Dean's ongoing money struggles? Will they ever get it together? Share your thoughts below.