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Broke Dean McDermott Shows Off $20K Motorcycle Amid Money Crisis

Dean McDermott may be more broke than ever, but that hasn't stopped the actor from pampering himself with pricey gifts!

As has learned, Tori Spelling's longtime hubby took to Instagram this weekend to show off his new $20K motorcycle!

In his video, McDermott, 51, gave fans a look at his shiny black-and-white Harley Davidson, which was parked next to his brand-new grill.

"Harley Davidson and the Smoker Man?? I think @harleydavidson and @traegergrills go hand in hand," wrote the actor. "I have to figure out a way to hook it up to the bike and travel with it."

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McDermott's boastful post comes after it was revealed that he and wife Spelling, 45, were battling serious money issues. The actress even suffered a breakdown this March, in part triggered by her rocky finances.

She is currently battling a nasty lawsuit with a bank which claims the star owes $5K in taxes! readers know that neither Spelling nor the father-of-six have stable full-time jobs, which is why the blonde actress was so eager to film the 90210 reboot!

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As if that wasn't enough, McDermott and Spelling were also recently accused of running a "pyramid scheme" when the actor began advertising his wife's new business in a bizarre social media post.

Do you think Dean McDermott and Tori Spelling will ever resolve their financial woes? Sound off below.

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