Michael Skupin is ready to talk.
The ex-contestant said in a statement:
The 54-year-old explained that he's turning to religion following his arrest, adding:
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In the snap's caption, the reality TV star called out someone for not being present during her serious medical stay:
"This sick in hospital I finally see how quickly life can take it all away frm you. We all need 2 step up frm inside& go 4 it! W/our friends by our side. Sadly I've finally faced truth that 1 person will never be there 4 me #TrueTori"
…Which we safely assumed was estranged husband Dean McDermott or mother Candy Spelling — since both parties have had rocky relations with the actress in the past.
Since Justin's been having a bit of a problem with keeping things calm at his Beverly Hills condo, he's been looking for new places in Los Angeles to call home.
According to TMZ, Justin has narrowed down his search to either his own house or The Century building; AKA the exact same place where Candy Spelling lives!
HA! That would be a fantastic pairing.
Obviously, the smart choice for Justin would be to move into his own home so that he'd have less people to piss off.
So… we're placing our money on him moving into the complex.
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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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