‘90210’ star Tori Spelling and husband Dean McDermott have some serious tax issues, and their current position is so bad, the State of California has published them in its list of Top 500 Tax Delinquents.
According to the current list, which has to be published twice a year by law, the Franchise Tax Board in California says the actress and her husband owe a whopping, $$310,996.11 in back taxes.
The list is published on the FTB’s website along with the names of the other 499 people with similar issues. The specific list in which Tori’s name appears is for “Personal Income Tax” and includes the “500 largest tax delinquencies over $100,000.”
According to the website, the list was updated Wednesday, February 19, 2020.
This is not the first time the Tori Spelling has been featured on this list, back in 2018, several news stories surfaced about the actress making the list. At the time, she owed the State of California, $282,654.92.
It is important to note, that the amount that the ‘90210’ star owes is nothing in comparison to the person at the top of this list, who actually owes the Government $$285,852,646.97. That’s right, two people on this list owe the State over $100 Million each!
The total of delinquent taxes owed to Califonia is over $500 Million.
Tori’s husband, Deam McDermott is listed with his wife’s name, but it is unclear if that is because they are married or if any of the taxes is a result of his income. The specifics on what is owed, and for which job, is not listed.
The list does, however, say that a lien was placed on some of the money starting back in 2016.
As you know, Tori isn’t the only celebrity who has had to deal with tax issues in the entertainment industry. Chris Tucker famously owed over a million dollars in back taxes, but he has since settled up with the IRS.
Macy Gray and rapper Xzibit have also issues with back taxes that reached the 6-figure mark.
We broke the story, last year actress and comedian Mo’Nique was hit with a new $60,000 tax lien, bringing her total debt at the time to $620k. According to court documents obtained by The Blast, at the time, the Georgia Department of Revenue filed the tax lien against the actress (real name Monique Hicks).