Big-Spender Spector

You can stock a few minibars with $110,000, the amount that Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles says Phil Spector, his wife and agent owe in unpaid bills rung up during their stay while the record producer was on trial for murder in 2007.

In court papers filed June 18th, the Bonaventure alleges the defendants agreed in a written contract to reserve rooms for the duration of the trial.

Spector allegedly stopped paying the bills four months into the lengthy trial.

The hotel also contends it supplied special accommodations, including "heavenly beds," complimentary workouts for his attorneys and a secured "litigation war room," an attorney told the Los Angeles Times.