Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott are the neighbors from hell, according to reports from the street that other people have the misfortune of living on.
The filming of True Tori at their Encino, Calif., home has angered their neighbors to the point where they're fuming - and blabbing to Radar about it.
“Nothing is going okay,” Edward Ohrabian said. “This is a quiet neighborhood and used to be a great street. Now [it's] filled with paparazzi, film crews and trucks!”
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott moved into the $10,500/month rental after being threatened with eviction from their Tarzana home just miles away.
After failing to pay their rent, obviously. This led to speculation that Tori Spelling is broke ... and that they may be faking all their drama to score a TV deal.
“I’ve been here 14 years and no one has ever parked where I live,” Ohrabian continued, lamenting the new normal. “Now, there’s no space. It’s not fun!"
The duo, embroiled in well-publicized financial and marital strains, haven’t even introduced themselves to the longtime residents in the area. The nerve.
“She can be a neighbor here any day, but if she is going to move here in a rental house to film at the expense of everyone around her, is that fair?” Ohrabian said.
Making matters worse, Ohrabian claims that beyond the insane fights and screaming with Dean, Tori’s pack of pets are adding to the noise constantly.
“They have 5-6 dogs and all day the dogs bark,” said Ohrabian. "I don’t know what I’m going to do. In a couple of months if this continues, I will look into my options.”
Another neighbor, Yolanda Carruthers complained that Tori and Dean “aren’t neighborly ... from time to time there have been trucks parked [on the street]."
“I can imagine why some will complain. There are cars parked all over! There have been some neighbors complaining of how people are hanging out and talking loud.”
Dean McDermott: Putting it to Emily Goodhand 'cause Tori didn't put out, and ruining his own family life and everyone else's for good measure.