Looks like Tori Spelling's credit card drama isn't over yet.
After the pregnant 43-year-old actress was sued in January by American Express for an unpaid $38,000 bill and ordered to pay her entire past due balance plus $855 in court fees in September, she was hit by another lawsuit from the credit card company on Oct. 31.
According to court papers obtained by ET, Spelling has a balance of $87,595.55 on one of her American Express credit cards, and is now being sued for payment. A copy of the card statement shows the account is now canceled.
"No part of said sum has been paid, although demand for payment has been made," the documents read about Spelling's credit card balance.
This isn't the first time Spelling and her husband, 49-year-old Dean McDermott, have dealt with financial issues. According to court papers obtained by ET in July, the state of California placed a tax lien for $259,108.23 on the couple's property stemming from state taxes that allegedly went unpaid in 2014.
In 2013, Spelling admitted to The Insider that she and her husband struggled with their bills.
"Just because I'm on TV doesn't mean that I don't make financial choices that aren't good," she explained. "They were really bad ones."
Meanwhile, Spelling is also going through a lot in her personal life. Last month, the mother of four announced she was pregnant with her fifth child, admitting to People that it was a "total surprise." ET spoke with the former "Beverly Hills 90210" star last Sunday, when she shared that thankfully, everything in her pregnancy is going well so far.
"My pregnancy with [son] Finn was really difficult and there was a health condition, but the baby and I got checked out," she revealed. "That problem doesn't exist, and it can't exist during this pregnancy so we're OK."