Tori Spelling's financial troubles are mounting, RadarOnline.com has learned. Although she just landed a new movie role, her tiny paycheck isn't nearly enough to resolve her debts. And now, sources say, Dean McDermott is pressuring her to sell off their possessions.
Spelling is currently filming the Lifetime movie Mother May I Sleep with Danger, but Radar has learned she is only being paid $10,000 for the role.
"She is happy to just be getting a paycheck," said a source. "It's not huge money, but it's better than nothing. For most families, a $10,000 paycheck for just a few weeks' worth of work would be huge. But it's not for Tori. She can easily drop $1,000 at one toy store or department store."
Now, the source said, "Dean is putting down his foot and telling Tori she must sell off all off their junk that has accumulated over the years. There are more than three huge storage lockers piled to the top, and the rental fees are $1,000-$4,000 a month."
She could certainly use the extra cash.
As Radar reported, American Express filed a lawsuit against the reality star for failure to pay more than $38,000 in charges and a loan.
And the financial situation at the Spelling-McDermott household is even worse than Spelling has admitted. "American Express provided credit," a source previously told Radar of her massive bill. "The loan was needed because Tori and Dean had no money coming in last summer. She was hospitalized with burns on her arms, and was in pain for months."
The source added, "Tori just thinks she is one job away from being wealthy. She just refuses to accept how bleak things really are."