Tori Spelling’s Husband Dean McDermott Still Owes His Ex Wife Spousal Support!
Dean McDermott has found himself underfire for unpaid spousal support payments to his ex-wife of 13 years Mary Jo Eustace.
In an affidavit filed by Eustace it’s claimed the 50 year old actor has failed to pay spousal support since July 1, 2016 which amounts to approximately $6,000 plus interest and attorney fees.
“McDermott is working and lives in a 2 million dollar rental. Order was entered mid-September. He stopped paying in November—also for 2 years prior he did not pay and I renegotiated in good faith moving forward,” Eustace said in the affidavit. “He owes me moving forward from February 1, 2017 100,800 in monthlies until July 1, 2020.”
The couple share one son together, 18 year old Jack McDermott.
A source close to Eustace says what’s upsetting her most is that he is seen spending money frivolously elsewhere. A recent baby shower hosted by Spelling’s mother Candy Spelling in honour of her daughter’s upcoming fifth child with McDermott was said to have cost over $40,000.
“He owes money and then he’s getting a $40,000 shower for his new baby while neglecting his responsibilities to his oldest child and ex-wife? That’s what’s upsetting her,” the source said.
The couple have been plagued with money troubles in recent months, including a lawsuit filed in December 2016 from City National Bank claiming the celebrity couple owes $188,803 after failing to fulfill payments on a loan stemming from four years ago.
In January 2016, American Express sued the expectant mother for failure to pay a $37,981.97 balance. A month earlier, she was slapped with another lawsuit by the company for failing to pay $87,594.55 on one of her American Express platinum credit cards.
“It’s no mystery why I have money problems. I grew up rich beyond anyone’s wildest dreams. I never knew anything else,” she wrote in her 2013 book, Spelling It Like It Is. “Even when I try to embrace a simpler lifestyle, I can’t seem to let go of my expensive tastes. Even when my tastes aren’t fancy, they’re still costly. I moved houses to simplify my life, but lost almost a million dollars along the way.”
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