Radar Online exclusively reported last December that Tori Spelling's antique shop, InvenTORI, was closing when leasing signs were seen on the storefront — and now the shop is completely cleaned out and shut down.
Once adorned with cute fixtures, everything has been torn off the Sherman Oaks, Calif. storefront that officially closed on Valentine's Day, Feb. 14. Instead, 'For Lease' signs are all over Spelling's shop.
InvenTORI held a going out of business sale in early Feb., advertising *** EVERYTHING 40% OFF*! ***
"GREAT DEALS ON – Books – Candles - Vintage Pieces - One-Of-A-Kind Items – Homewares - Bath & Body Products - Gifts for Kids and Pets. Last chance for some great finds!" the ad read.
Once filled with furniture, gifts and vintage items, Spelling's antique store now stands empty. “There are people interested in the property and they have options in their lease that they are discussing now,” the property's real estate agent, Dean Cutler, told Radar.
“They [Tori and Dean] have been good tenants and they’re in good standings," Cutler told Radar. "But the unit is for lease." Tori and her husband Dean McDermott have been in financial straits recently, admitting that they are in serious debt. In fact, the couple was presented with a three-day eviction notice at their Tarzana home and subsequently moved over night to rent a new $10,500 a month house.
But while InvenTORI may have closed their doors, it's not the end of the antique shop altogether for Tori. The store's Facebook page revealed they will be opening a new InvenTORI shop at a different -- as of now, undisclosed -- location.
Coinciding with the closing of InvenTORI, Tori's husband Dean voluntarily checked himself into a rehab treatment center for the “mistakes” he made, the “pain” he’d caused his loves ones and so that he could “become the husband and father my family deserves.” He's been allowed to leave the center for visitation with the couple's four children: Liam, 6, Stella, 5, Hattie, 2 and Finn, 18 months.
Businesses surrounding Spelling's closed shop continue to boom, with the popular Sweet Butter Kitchen full of customers and Stanley's restaurant directly across the street is frequented by the Kardashians.