Tori Spelling ignored a lawsuit over an unpaid credit card bill and now she’s been ordered to pay up.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a company called Cavalry SPV (a company that buys debt) obtained a default judgment against Spelling earlier this month.
The docs state Spelling, who was originally sued by Citibank, now owes the company $5,043.32.
As The Blast first reported, Spelling was hit with a tax lien last year. The Franchise Tax Board in California claimed Spelling still owed them $338,595.78 in unpaid taxes from 2014-2015.
She was also hit with a default judgment in November 2017 after she allegedly failed to pay back a bank loan.