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Busted! Broke Tori & Dean Served With Order To Appear In Court In Brutal Bank Lawsuit

Tori Spelling Served Court Documents Bank Lawsuit Order Appear
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Feb. 27 2019, Updated 2:18 p.m. ET

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Poor little rich girl.

Financially troubled Tori Spelling was served with documents ordering her to appear in court in her ongoing $400,000 lawsuit with City National Bank, exclusively learned.

According to documents filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court on February 20, 2019, Tori was served on Feb. 15 at 11:12am.

The process server charged $310.00 to give the documents to the Beverly Hills 90201 actress “personally,” the court papers revealed.

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Cash-strapped Tori was given an “Application and order for appearance and examination; deposition subpoena for personal appearance and production of documents and things.”

Two days prior her husband Dean McDermott was served with court papers in the lawsuit as well.

Dean was described as a “Caucasian male in his 50s, grey hair, brown eyes, 6’1”, 200 lbs.,” according to the documents obtained by

Dean was served copies of a “Deposition subpoena for personal appearance and production of documents and things. Application and order for appearance and examination - enforcement of judgment – judgment debtor and default judgment,” the court papers said.

City National Bank sued Tori, 44, and Dean, 52, in December 2016 for failing to pay back a loan of $400,000 given to them in 2010.

A hearing date was set for March 29, 2019. Stay with for updates to the story.

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