Tori Spelling's downsizing continues! The financially troubled reality TV star just made her seventh move in five years, and RadarOnline.com has the details.
Spelling, 42, has ditched the family's rental house in Calabasas for new digs in Encino. They had only spent six months in the Calabasas house before moving again.
The Encino rental features five bedrooms, four bathrooms, a swimming pool, and a large yard for the couple's four children, Liam, 8, Stella, 7, Hattie, 4, and Finn, 3, to romp around.
A family source told Radar, "Tori just wasn't happy in Calabasas. She thought the house was very dark and depressing."
But the source said, "Whenever things get very stressful for Tori, she either goes shopping or moves."
Her mother, Candy Spelling, recently revealed that she has been at least partly financially supporting her daughter and the family. Said the source, "The entire situation is just very sad because Tori wants to be working, but there just isn't a lot being offered to her."
"Tori is very impulsive and the reason the family is in such a bad financial situation because of the bad deals made from the sale of their past houses," the source explained.
As for the kids, "Any friends they have made in the neighborhood are gone with each move," the source claimed.
The current house isn't cheap at $7,500 a month and Spelling's friends are "already taking bets as to how long she will be in the house for," the source joked. "It won't last a year."
Meanwhile, Spelling's husband Dean McDermott is pressuring her to file for bankruptcy, after American Express filed a lawsuit against the former Beverly Hills 90210 star for failure to pay more than $38,000 in charges and a loan. "Dean wants Tori to file for bankruptcy because there are other credit card companies that are owed money too," the insider claimed.
"It's surprising that this was only the first company to file a lawsuit in an attempt to get the outstanding balance paid," the source said.
"But Tori refuses to even discuss the possibility of bankruptcy," the insider said.
"She would rather just live in denial."