Less money, more problems?
According to media reports that broke late yesterday afternoon, the Internal Revenue Service has emptied the bank accounts belonging to Tori Spelling and her husband, Dean McDermott. Whoa!!!
The IRS had previously slammed the couple with a federal tax lien for $707,480.30 in unpaid taxes — for their 2014 bill alone. And now, well, it appears that the IRS has decided to come for their tax money and leave Spelling and McDermottt high and dry.
There’s quite a bit more on the plate for the couple too, of course — McDermott is facing major unpaid child support claims and during a March court hearing, he told a judge he had “fallen on hard times” in missing payments and struggling to come up with the money.
The couple has been sued by credit card companies, too — and now, the government is coming after them. Not a great place to be.
Reps for Spelling didn’t comment to the media about this newest development with the IRS, but it all looks bad for now. We’ll see.
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