First off, I have to apologize for the punny title. But c’mon, it was good, huh? For a second there, you know you almost thought you were reading the NY Daily News.
So it looks like Tori Spelling’s mother, Candy, has seen to it that daughter, Tori, will receive a paltry (by Spelling standards) inheritance due in no small part to their ongoing family feud. US Weekly online has the exclusive:
Despite reports that Tori Spelling would inherit millions from her father’s $500 million estate, Us has learned exclusively that the actress, 33, will get just 0.16 % of the Spelling fortune. Tori’s share – a cash inheritance payment of $200,000, combined with approximately $600,000 in private investments her dad set up for her – is a brush-off Aaron Spelling would never have intended for his only daughter, says a family source. “I believe Candy had a lot to do with what was left for Tori,” the source says of Tori’s mother, who is sole managing executor of the estate. (Candy’s rep had no comment.)