Pennsylvania social network fans of Tori Spelling may be familiar with recent posts the superstar shared, featuring personal clothing items for sale online. Some say the situation may be related to issues Dean McDermott, Spelling’s husband, is facing regarding allegedly owed child support. Some Spelling fans took to her defense on social media, saying anyone can sell anything they want, famous or not.
Others apparently believe such means for making money should be reserved to non-famous people. Speculation regarding the Spelling-McDermott financial situation includes conjecture that a lawsuit filed by McDermott’s former wife has thrust the couple into a downward spiral where money is concerned. The former spouse has accused McDermott of dodging approximately $100,000 in child support payments.
Spelling and McDermott have five children together. There may be Pennsylvania readers who understand what it is like when a previous marriage that produced children financially impacts a remarriage that also includes children. In Spelling’s and McDermott’s case, child support issues are not their only problems.
The couple is also accused of owing more than $700,000 from their 2014 tax forms. Additionally, American Express says Spelling owes the company more than $125,000 for credit card debt. It’s easy to see how such issues could affect overall financial stability.
For those currently facing child support or other family law problems in Pennsylvania, there are typically several options available for rectifying such situations. One of the least stressful routes to take is to seek assistance from an experienced family law attorney. Although it may not create a completely stress-free situation, it does remove the burden of having to act in one’s own best interests in court.
Source: thestir.cafemom.com, “Tori Spelling’s Latest Instagram Reignites Rumors She’s Strapped for Cash“, Tanvier Peart, Nov. 13, 2017