If you follow Hollywood's thirstiest couple closely, then you're probably aware that Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott are broke.
We don't mean mayonnaise sandwiches broke (yet), but Tori and Dean aren't exactly living the lifestyle one would expect from a Hollywood heiress and ... the dude who used to host the Canadian version of Chopped.
Okay, so Dean wasn't exactly killing it on the career front when he and Tori got married, but he probably thought he'd never have to worry about finances after hitching his wagon to one of Hollywood's biggest names,
Instead, the McDermotts recently downgraded their home, moving from a posh Calabasas mansion to a rental home in decidedly-less-posh Encino.
Sources say Tori and Dean are under massive debt, and the couple is currently facing lawsuits from a number of folks they owe money to.
The list includes Mcdermott's ex-wife, Mary Jo Eustace, who claims that Dean hasn't paid child support in over a year.
All of this would be problematic at any time, but it's made worse by the fact that Tori and Dean recently welcomed their fifth child.
But hey, they'll be okay, right?
After all, it's not like they're discussing the idea of having a sixth child.
Ha! J/k, that's exactly what they're doing.
Okay, in fairness, they're not planning on procreating in the immediate future, but to the surprise of many, 44-year-old Tori - who, as we noted, already has five kids and seven figures in debt - is open to the idea of expending her family even more.
"It's been a blessing having baby Beau," Tori recently told E! News.
"I think not just for our family but for us. Our love has grown stronger." And when asked if they would consider expanding their brood.
Asked if she's considering having a sixth child, Tori smiled and deferred to Dean, who answered:
"Never say never. But our hands are pretty full right now, so we'd like to just enjoy the ones we have right now."
We get the feeling the Spelling-McDermotts really like "never say never" as a motto.
It's probably what they tell their creditors when asked if they're ever gonna make good on their debts.