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Tori Spelling hasn't been having the easiest 2014.
She's been an emotional wreck because of the philandering father of her children, hubby Dean McDermott.
Now, to add insult to injury, her own mother, Candy Spelling, has released a tell all book. And it doesn't paint Tori in the best light.
The book is called Candy At Last and she comes down hard on her daughter in it, writing:
Talk about frivolous!
We told you guys about the lawsuit that Candy Spelling launched at her OTHER condo, the one being built, which is totally different from the lawsuit she filed against the condo she's living in currently!
Anyway, we also brought up how ridic the lawsuit was, as it's based on the fact that a restaurant in the building has yet to be opened (officially, it had a soft opening in December), so Candy is outraged at the inconvenience of an amenity she was promised that isn't available. How much do you think that inconvenience is worth? Not being able to order room service from your own condo?
Try $7 million, according to the documents!
BONKERS! Candy wants a cool $7 million taken off the $47 million she's spending on her two-floor condo!
Granted, she also claims that she was PROMISED the $6.8 million reduction, and was never given it. Either way, we're glad a judge will get to be tied up dealing with her first world problems instead of important cases!
LOLz! Just Yelp a different place and order take out for now, Candy! Jeez!
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That's not the case, though, as we're hearing that this NEW lawsuit is about the penthouse she's building in Century City — because the owners of the building allegedly promised a bunch of amenities, like a restaurant, but isn't making good on those promises!
For instance, the restaurant she's talking about was supposed to open on January 1st, but hasn't. So she wants some of the money back for the amenities she didn't get!
Life is soooooo hard when you spend $47 million for two floors of a lavish condo building! LOLz!
Still, a promise is a promise… even if it's a ridiculous one about a restaurant amenity. We just don't think the legal system needs any more frivolous lawsuits!
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Candy Spelling has money! Lots of it!
Still, she's about to be evicted from her El Lay condo, according to a new lawsuit! Her landlord wants her OUT, but she refuses to leave!
Candy's been renting the condo while her $47 million penthouse is being constructed, but apparently all is not well between her and the owner! So what's going on? Has she
Girl needs to change her name to lady luck! (She also needs to invite us along the next time she goes to Sin City!)
The Bellagio hotel is down $90,000 this week as Candy Spelling won big on one of their high limit slots. Taking a chance, she spun and won the $90K in one shot, and walked away a pretty happy gal.
This is not the first time Candy has won big though. In 2007 she
That's a relief!
Luckily, Candy is insisting these allegations are "simply not true."
Instead of dishing on her rocky relationship with Tori, Candy said:
"It's about me starting to work for the first time after I turned 60 and my husband passed away."
The core of the book seems to be about her yearning for accomplishment, as she said:
"Everyone in my family has done something. My husband Aaron was the most prolific TV producer of all time, and my daughter is the queen of reality shows. So I thought I would really like to dabble in producing musicals and then I got so hooked."
Dabble she did! Candy is producing the Broadway revival of How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying starring Daniel Radcliffe!
While discussing the rampant rumors about her troubled relationship with Tori, she explained:
"It's very hurtful when people say mean things about my daughter and me. There was a time when things were rocky between us, and we worked that out, and I'm going to be on her reality show."
Good! We're happy to hear you two have patched things up and hope you continue to grow closer!
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