Things aren't looking good for Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott.
According to a new report, the couple's financial situation is so bad that the actor is pressuring his wife to file for bankruptcy.
The duo allegedly owe more than $38,000 in charges and loans to American Express, and Radar Online reports that the company has filed a lawsuit against the former Beverly Hills, 90201 star.
Tori and Dean with their four children. (Photo Credit: Splash)
"American Express provided a loan to Tori out of a line of credit she had," a source reveals. "The loan was needed because Tori and Dean had no money coming in last summer. She was hospitalized with burns on her arms, and was in pain for months."
The insider adds, "Dean wants Tori to file for bankruptcy because there are other credit card companies that are owed money too... But Tori refuses to even discuss the possibility of bankruptcy."
Since injuring herself at a Benihana restaurant last year, the 42-year-old mother-of-four claims she can't work and is suing the eatery.
The pair's money troubles have also forced the family to move out of their rental mansion into a smaller home.
"[They want] another reality show, but the networks just are saying 'no thanks.' It's very sad, especially for the kids," the source shares. "The tension between Tori and Dean is off the charts."