Tori Spelling is, allegedly, thinking of ways how she can settle her massive debts.
According to National Enquirer, Tori Spelling came up with the brilliant idea to renew her vows with Dean McDermott on national television. This way, she can make some money from the gig.
“She still owes a ton of money, and it’s so bad debt collectors are coming after her hard and making eye-opening threats. She figures a wedding special would help kill a few birds with one stone,” the source said.
Tori Spelling desperate for cash
Spelling also believes that renewing her vows with her husband will put an end to all the rumors claiming that they are on the brink of a divorce.
“She and Dean have been having serious trouble in their marriage and weren’t even on speaking terms at one point, but both agree this TV show is the fastest way to cash in and pay down debt. Tori expects to sell it to a network soon,” the source said.
Unfortunately, TV execs are, allegedly, rolling their eyes at Spelling’s idea because they know that she is just trying to make some money to save herself from debt.
As of late, Tori Spelling has not expressed any desire to renew her vows with McDermott, let alone to have the ceremony televised.
Meanwhile, this isn’t the first time that Spelling made headlines after she admitted to having some financial problems.
In April, Star claimed that the reality TV star is enduring an unhappy marriage with her husband because she’s stripped of cash and needs to depend on McDermott.
“She is looking for a mega payoff, which she’s in no position to give. They’ve been leading separate lives – it’s easier than arguing all the time,” the source said.
Tori Spelling, Dean McDermott divorce rumors
However, Spelling has been adamant at saying that she and McDermott are not having problems in their marriage.
During her radio interview, Tori Spelling admitted that McDermott sleeps in a different room. However, she clarified that this is because her dogs and kids became used to sleeping with her while her husband was away for work.
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