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Tori’s Hell! Sheriff Ordered To Seize $88K From Spelling In Bank Lawsuit After ‘BH90210’ Salary Reveal

Tori Spelling’sOrdered To Seize 88K From Spelling After ‘90210’ Salary Reveal
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Aug. 20 2019, Updated 12:37 p.m. ET

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Tori Spelling has yet to pay off the over $88,000 judgment against her despite earning $85,000 per episode for her role on BH90210. And American Express Bank is fed up, as they’re ordering the Los Angeles Sheriff’s office to enforce the judgment, can exclusively reveal.

In court papers obtained from Superior Court of Los Angeles, the bank filed a Writ of Execution on August 16, 2019.

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“To the Sheriff or Marshal of the County of Los Angeles, you are directed to enforce the judgment described below with daily interest and your costs as provided by law,” the court filing read.


American Express Bank is asking authorities to possess $88,391.25.

As reported, the remaining balance of the judgment was $87,973.25 as of June 25, 2019. A payment of $331.30 was credited to the judgment. It is unclear if Spelling made the payment.

The bank sued Spelling, 46, in January 2016 for failing to pay her credit card bills. She was ordered to pay back $87,594.55 in October 2016.

American Express Bank filed a Writ of Execution Order once before on January 4, 2019, asking the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to take possession of $88,246.55.

The Writ of Execution comes two days after The Hollywood Reporter revealed Spelling is making $70,000 per episode for the Beverly Hills, 90210 revival. She is also reportedly making an additional $15,000 per episode for co-creating the show.

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A source confirmed to the network will have a Season 2.

Spelling and her husband Dean McDermott, 52, are also in a legal battle with City National Bank after failing to pay back a $400,000 loan.

The bank was awarded a judgment of $202,066 in 2017. The bank later claimed they never paid and a bench warrant was issued after she failed to appear in court.

The warrant was dissolved in April, as she agreed to provide documents during a meeting with attorneys.



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