Tori Spelling sued for failing to pay her bills

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Los Angeles | January 20, 2016 6:42 PM

Actress Tori Spelling has been sued by credit card company American Express for failing to make payment for months.

According to the lawsuit, Tori Spelling owes $37,981.97 in credit. (Reuters) According to the lawsuit, Tori Spelling owes $37,981.97 in credit. (Reuters)

Actress Tori Spelling has been sued by credit card company American Express for failing to make payment for months.

According to the lawsuit, Spelling owes $37,981.97 in credit. An auto-payment of $1,070 was rejected by her bank Wells Fargo on June 26 last year.

She also failed to pay the minimum amount of $1,477 on August 18, 2015.

American Express is demanding the remaining balance to be paid plus interest and return payment fee of $27, reports aceshowbiz.com.

Spelling, best known as Donna Martin on her dad’s hit show “Beverly Hills, 90210”, has revealed about her financial troubles in the past.

In 2013, she had said that she and and husband Dean McDermott could not afford a vasectomy after the birth of their fourth child.

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