Cash-strapped Tori Spelling poses with a wad of $100 bills at Barneys
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott turned shuttering department store Barneys into a set for their own personal photoshoot on Monday.
An eagle-eyed shopper at the store — which is set to close in February — spotted McDermott and an assistant art-directing Spelling, who was holding “probably $1,000 in $100s,” we’re told.
We’re told the couple, who share five children, were at the high-end store shopping for shoes for McDermott’s 53rd birthday, which was on Nov. 16.
“They were literally art-directing that shoot,” our spy told us. “It had the entire show floor at a standstill.”
When Spelling, 46, was done using McDermott as an Instagram husband, he and their salesman “stacked up like five boxes of shoes” to bring to check-out.
“Tori sat on the floor longer by herself alone,” our source added.
Flaunting their cash in such a way is quite the choice for the couple, as they owed $282,000 in taxes to California last year.
In 2017, the former “Beverly Hills, 90210” star was asked to appear in court after failing to pay a $220,000 judgment she owed to City National Bank.
Despite their seemingly constant money woes, McDermott and Spelling never cease to spend lavishly, as they did when they threw their daughter Stella an “over-the-top” ninth birthday party in 2017. Just months prior, Page Six reported that the IRS drained their bank accounts.
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