Former hot young “Beverly Hills, 90210” TV starlet Tori Spelling and her husband were sued Tuesday by City National Bank, which alleges they are delinquent on a $400,000 loan.
A representative for Spelling and hubby Dean McDermott, who are awaiting the birth of their fifth child, could not be immediately reached for comment on the bank’s breach of contract suit.
The complaint filed in Los Angeles Superior Court states that the couple took out the loan in December 2012 and now have an unpaid principal balance that, with interest, totals $188,800.
The balance is immediately due because the actors “materially defaulted” by not paying the regular monthly payments, according to the complaint.
Spelling, 43, and McDermott, 50, did not satisfy their obligations despite being sent a demand letter on Dec. 2, the suit states.
“Interest, attorneys’ fees and costs continue to accrue,” the suit states.
Tori Spelling, listed in web sites as an actress, author, producer and designer, first gained fame in 1990 on the hit TV show “Beverly Hills, 90210.” That show was produced by her father, Aaron, who became one of Hollywood’s wealthiest people behind the scenes.
–City News Service