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Tori Spelling’s Mom Candy Reveals Why Daughter Only Received A Small Portion Of Her Late Father’s Estate!

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Tori Spelling’s Mom Candy Reveals Why Daughter Only Received A Small Portion Of Her Late Father’s Estate!

This momma is speaking her mind!

We wonder if Tori Spelling will appreciate what she has to say!

Candy Spelling recently opened up about a bevy of issues, but the one we found the most interesting were her thoughts on why her daughter Tori only received $800,000 from her late father Aaron Spelling’s estimated $600M fortune!

And Candy’s reasoning seems to be that Tori didn’t have the ability to handle a super large inheritance! The reason for that, Candy says, lies in her past!

Here’s what this mother said:

“She would close a store and drop $50,000 to $60,000. I never did anything like that. She just went crazy.”

That is a bit crazy, but maybe not that crazy when you believe you have a lot of money left in the bank!

Tori has talked about her shopping addiction in the past, and according to her — those problems are FAR behind her! And it IS because she’s had to tighten her belt!

She said:

"I haven't bought a purse in three years, and it's fine. I look back at that girl who shopped at Gucci in my 20s, and I can't even relate. I can't believe I thought it was important."

Maybe one day these two can make up and get back together!

We’re sure Candy would love to be more involved in her grandchildren’s lives, and we bet Tori would love to have her!

Along with maybe at least a couple bucks!!!

[Image via Joseph Marzullo/WENN.]

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9 comments to “Tori Spelling’s Mom Candy Reveals Why Daughter Only Received A Small Portion Of Her Late Father’s Estate!”

  1. shaygirl says – reply to this


    1

    I believe they know their daughter well. tori would be on her tenth marriage by now if they left her all that money. this way the gold-diggers only get what they can hustle



  2. 2

    I wouldn't leave her any money just on the fact that she's married to that sleazeball Dean.



  3. 3

    Children should not inherit huge amounts of money. The best gift you can give your child is self-reliance. Give them enough to get a great education and let them make their own way in life. Enough of these 'affluenza' kids.

  4. rich/man says – reply to this


    4

    Some people are nothing without their fortune…



  5. 5

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  6. 6

    She's actually right about this. Tori made quite a bit of money on her own, and didn't she almost go bankrupt a few times? I get that she wants to invest her money, but she's not doing it wisely.

  7. Dubrocksin says – reply to this


    7

    This doesn't make sense. He could have set up a fund whereby she only got a specified amount every month. It didn't all have to be given to her at once. The fact is he was a cheapskate to his only daughter. What about the son? He got the same. Does he blow money like Tori? This whole thing reeks of BS.

  8. brenda says – reply to this


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    Im so glad Candy Spelling did not give her daughter Tori anymore money.Tori s creepy loser cheater husband would have spent it or divoriced her and taken all her money. I think Candy can tell Dean is a LOSER

  9. @v@ says – reply to this


    9

    Uber wealthy parents could loosen up a little cash when their kids really need it, like when raising a family. Not saying you give the whole farm away, but enough to take away the heavy worry. You can't take it with you.