Tori Spelling’s net worth continues to fall, alleged a report from Radar Online . According to insiders, the former “Beverly Hills 90210” actress is supposedly “miserable” this Christmas because of her family’s continued financial troubles.
Reports have been circulating for months about how Dean McDermott and Tori Spelling’s dwindling net worth has been a constant cause of conflict. Their fights have reportedly escalated this holiday season because of how the former teen star still wants an extravagant Christmas.
“Christmas has always been a very big deal for Tori and she has always gone over the top,” an insider explained.
“But the reality has set in that with their financial situation the way it is, they just can’t buy all of the gifts for the kids that Tori would like.”
“It’s depressing for Tori to not be able to go out and just buy the kids the stuff they want,” the insider added. The “True Tori” couple share four children: eight-year-old son Liam, seven-year-old daughter Stella, four-year-old Hattie and three-year-old Finn.
The actress’ husband, “Chopped: Canada” star Dean McDermott, is supposedly not too worried about his and Tori Spelling’s modest net worth.
“Dean isn’t stressed out about it because he thinks the kids don’t need so much stuff and has a less is more approach,” the insider said.
However, the daughter of late Hollywood producer Aaron Spelling is reportedly very affected by their current financial status.
“[Tori has been] absolutely miserable,” a source shared.
“This isn’t how Tori ever could have envisioned her life. She feels trapped in the relationship, and Tori is ready to pull the plug on the marriage.”
“Neither one of them has any income coming in at the moment, so Tori is no longer frightened that Dean could seek and get financial support,” the source added.
The report about Tori Spelling’s net worth struggle came after she recently shared on her personal blog that they are “stronger” than ever.
The 42-year-old gushed about her family last Thanksgiving, making it seem like she and Dean McDermott have moved on from monetary woes and marital issues that hounded them this past year.
“The holidays are such a special time to be with family and friends,” Tori Spelling said.
“We get the chance to remind ourselves how grateful we are for all that we have and each other! Our family is stronger than ever.
“We have so much to be thankful for,” she insisted.