It seems like every time you turn around, Tori Spelling is facing another lawsuit for not paying someone an enormous amount of money.
And, well, that's because it's true.
For the past several months, Tori and her husband, Dean McDermott, have been hit with one lawsuit after another, all because they are absolutely incapable of being responsible with money.
We know that they're in trouble with the IRS, since they reportedly haven't paid taxes in years.
Last July, we learned that they owed the government over $700,000 in taxes, just for 2014.
In addition to their IRS issues, Tori and Dean have been sued by their credit card company, American Express.
Back in October, Tori was ordered to pay her overdue balance of nearly $38,000, and then in November, she was sued for an additional $87,000.
On top of all that, Dean owes his ex-wife, Mary Jo Eustace, thousands of dollars in unpaid child support.
He owed her so much money that he nearly went to jail over the case.
Oh, and they also have five children, including a brand new baby they welcomed in March.
Sounds like things can't get any worse, right?
If you think that, you obviously don't have enough faith in Tori Spelling's ability to fail.
Now, in addition to the tax stuff, the credit card lawsuits, and the serious issue with the child support, Tori and Dean owe their bank $220,000.
What a nightmare. A terrifying but completely preventable nightmare.
Tori and Dean have been dealing with City National Bank for a while now, since they neglected to pay off a $400,000 loan from 2010.
They still owe $185,714 on the loan, as well as around $3,000 extra in interest and late charges.
The bank also sued for an additional $17,149, which is the amount Tori overdrew back in September.
Remember back in college when you overdrew your account by a few dollars and freaked because of the overdraft fees?
These are obviously lessons that Tori has never learned.
Tori and Dean were required to come to court on May 22nd to respond to the lawsuit, but they didn't, and that's how the bank got their $220,000 default judgement.
It's hard to calculate exactly how much debt these two are in right now, but it's probably safe to say that it's a whole, whole lot.
Those storage units hardly seem worth it now, huh, Tori?