Tori Spelling’s debt collector demands LA Sheriff’s Office force star to pay $6K debt

TORI Spelling’s debt collector is demanding the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Office force the cash-strapped actress to pay the $6K debt she owes. 

Tori, 48, was ordered to pay Cavalry SPV I, a debt-buying company on behalf of Citibank, $5,054.32 for an unpaid credit card bill in September 2018.

The Sun can exclusively reveal Cavalry SPV I filed a Writ of Execution of a Money Judgement on February 3, 2021 for the amount of $6,394.30, which includes interest and fees. 

The company is requesting the Los Angeles Sheriff or Marshall’s Office “enforce” the actress to pay the judgment, court papers obtained from Los Angeles Superior Court claim. 

This isn’t the first time Cavalry SPV I has made efforts to get their money. 

The Sun previously reported The Los Angeles County Sheriff or Marshal was directed to “enforce the judgment” against them, $5,506.94 at the time, in December 2019.

The Sun also reported the debt collector requested the Beverly Hills, 90210 star’s network earnings be withheld in March 2020 over her failure to pay up. 

The Sheriff of Los Angeles County issued an “earnings withholding order."

SONY Pictures Entertainment, INC was ordered to “withhold earnings” of the “debtor.”

But her financial issues don’t end there. 

Tori and her husband Dean McDermott, 54, were ordered to pay American Express Bank $87,594.55 for an unpaid credit card bill in October 2016.

The Sun reported the bank requested the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Office enforce they pay the judgement, now $88,731.25 including interest, in March 2020.

In April 2020, the Sheriff was “instructed” to “execute garnishment” from Entertainment Partners, a payroll company.

In another lawsuit, City National Bank sued Tori and Dean, who share six children together, for failing to pay back a $400,000 loan.

They were ordered to pay a judgment of $202,066 in May 2017.

The bank later claimed they never paid and a bench warrant was issued after she failed to appear in court.

The warrant was dissolved in April 2019 and the case remains ongoing.

The Beverly Hills, 90210 actress has struggled with her career in recent years.

The BH90210 reboot, which earned her $85,000 per episode, was canceled after only one season.

Tori currently promotes ads on Instagram for profit, as she recently teamed up with Celebrity Gift Box for a sponsorship post. 

She also owns makeup brand Beauty with Tori and is cohost of the 9021OMG podcast with Jennie Garth. 

The former reality star has admitted to overspending on her reality shows in the past.

She is the daughter of producer Aaron Spelling, who had a net worth of $600 million at the time of his death in 2006.

But despite their financial troubles, The Sun reported the couple bought a $3.7 million mansion featuring a sauna, waterfall and more luxurious amenities in April 2020.

Tori has also recently been hit with divorce rumors, as she hasn’t been photographed with her husband Dean in months. 

She was even photographed without her wedding ring in March. 

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