These are hard times in the Spelling household.
In fact, it seems that not a week goes by without some new report about Tori Spelling's financial woes.
Along with her husband, Dean McDermott, Spelling has been named in more lawsuits than we can count over the course of the past two years.
Most of these cases result in six-figure judgments against the Tori and Dean for failure to pay back their creditors.
Basically, Tori got sued by American Express for $100,000 back in 2016, and the situation made every other company that foolishly loaned her money realize that they're never getting paid back unless they take her to court.
And sure enough, the lawsuits have been rolling in.
We've learned a lot about Tori's finances recently, and all of it is super depressing.
One of the biggest claims comes from City National Bank, which lent Tori and Dean $400,000 2016 -- a loan which they have paid less than half of.
The bank filed a suit against the Spelling-McDermotts back in 2017, and -- get this -- their official legal response is that they're "declining" to pay back the loan.
Not surprisingly, the bank's highly-paid legal team didn't just shake their fists and head home in response to that hilarity.
According to a new report from Us Weekly, Tori and Dean have now officially been served with subpoenas.
Not only will they be forced to appear in criminal court or face criminal charges, they must turn over their financial records in order to prove that they're entirely unable to pay back the debt.
And unfortunately for Tori, the timing couldn't be worse for such an action.
As you may have heard, on Tuesday, Fox confirmed a 90210 reboot for this summer.
Tori has signed on, and while it's not a huge payday -- the show will run for only six episodes -- this will be the most money that Tori has earned since her career was at its peak.
But if City National Bank has its way, a big chunk -- if not the majority -- of Tori's earnings will go straight toward paying off her sizable debt.
And if the rest of Spelling's creditors get word of her recent windfall, well ...
It may be easy come, easy go for Hollywood's brokest heiress.