Tori Spelling is being sued by American Express for almost $38,000, the balance of a bill she has reportedly carried since last summer.
The actress and reality-TV personality last attempted to make a payment in June 2015, according to TMZ and other outlets that have reviewed court documents. However, her $1,070 gesture toward the $37,981.97 balance bounced, TMZ said.
Amex is asking for payment of the balance plus interest, E! News reported.
The “Beverly Hills, 90210" star, who grew up rich as the child of producer Aaron Spelling, was notoriously left only $800,000 -- out of an estimated $500-million estate -- after her father died in 2006. Her financial issues have been highlighted on her show “True Tori” and in her book “Spelling It Like It Is.”
Meanwhile, mom Candy Spelling told TMZ on Tuesday night that she’s helping her daughter a lot, financially, but isn’t paying any old debts.
In 2011, Candy Spelling offloaded the Holmby Hills mansion her kids grew up in to Petra Ecclestone for a reported $85 million.