Tori Spelling and husband Dean McDermott are caught in another financial scandal.
According to court papers obtained by ET, the state of California has placed a tax lien for $259,108.23 on the couple's property stemming from state taxes that allegedly went unpaid in 2014. This means the state can go after any assets they currently own or will own in the future until the debt is paid off.
Both actors earned money in 2014 -- McDermott made a guest appearance on CSI while Spelling starred on the series Mystery Girls with her former Beverly Hills, 90210 co-star, Jennie Garth.
The tax lien follows Spelling's court battle with American Express. In January, the credit card company sued her, claiming she had a balance of $37,981.97 on her AMEX card and hadn't made a payment since June 26, 2015.
In 2013, Spelling admitted to ET 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."
Despite their money issues and McDermott's admitted infidelity, the couple celebrated their 10-year anniversary this year and show no signs of slowing down.
"They gave us six months from when we first met," McDermott told ET in January. "We'll show them all."