Tori Spelling And Husband Shop At Discounter Target As Money Woes Persist
Tori Spelling continued her spending on Saturday despite her and husband Dean McDermott's financial crisis. However, the former Beverly Hills 90210 star, McDermott, their many kids, and the family nanny went the discount route at Target to buy back to school supplies. Spelling has been seen before at Target where items are reasonably priced. But this time, eagle-eyed observers spotted a twelve-pack of Michelob Ultra beer in their shopping cart, which is sure to cause talk given McDermott's sobriety battle Scroll through RadarOnline.com's gallery for more.
The family seemed intent on purchasing back to school items and clothing for the kids.
However, in a shocker, one of the visible items in Spelling and McDermott's cart was a twelve pack of cans of Michelob Ultra beer. As RadarOnline.com has noted, sources said Spelling has told her husband to refocus on his sobriety as they experience financial problems.
Spelling and McDermott have hit the breaking point with their finances. Although they recently put on brave smiles at a red carpet event the couple has major money woes.
- Tori Spelling 'Livid' After Allegedly Being Scrapped Last-Minute From 'The View'
- Tori Spelling Accused Of OWING $1.3 MILLION In Back Taxes, Explosive Documents Reveal
- 'I Have 7 Kids Right Now': Tori Spelling Says Dean McDermott's Ex-Wife Mary Jo Eustace's 17-Year-Old Daughter Is Living With Them After Family 'Strain'
According to a source, Spelling is even scrambling for botox money!
As RadarOnline.com has reported, Spelling and McDermott were hit with a $220,000 default judgment in a bitter battle against City National Bank over an unpaid $400,000 loan.
And as if that wasn't bad enough, the pair owed the IRS close to $1 million in taxes, and McDermott must make monthly child support payments to his ex-wife, Mary Jo Eustace, after a court battle earlier this year.
We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.