Tori Spelling is trying to make some extra cash by charging $95 for a meet-and-greet and fans are not having it.
The actress promoted her “first-ever virtual meet and greet” on social media. She told her fans there were only 20 spots available, where she will be taking “virtual selfies.” The price to join Tori in the online event is $95.
Tori wrote, “Can’t wait to do my first ever virtual meet and greet Thursday, April 9 at 5pm PDT. Only 20 spots available so reserve your spot now. Link in my bio xoxo.”
She included a link to the website for a company named Looped, which hosts virtual meet and greets for celebrities. Looped describes itself as, “a platform where you video chat live with your favorite talent. That includes musicians, actors, athletes, influencers, politicians, gamers, and more. Anytime and anywhere in the world. Live, 1-on-1, 2-way conversations that lead to real connections”
As Page Six reported, fans were not pleased with the price tag.
One fan ripped Tori writing, “Of course it’s $95 because during a Pandemic we all have that to spare what a bummer…”
Another wrote, “People are doing free concerts and you are charging? How about you do a lottery and do random pics for the winners!!! Please!”
One defended her, “she doesn’t have to stop trying to make money and take care of her family just because someone else can’t. That’s not fair to say about her . She is doing what everyone that do this is doing , their jobs . Don’t say mean things cause u can’t afford it join in. I can’t afford alot of things any time but I DNT exspect others to stop their jobs or what they are doing because of me geez. You go Tori , u take care of your family.”
As The Blast previously reported, Tori is currently battling a $90,000 court judgment. She reportedly refuses to pay up on a debt owed to American Express Bank.
According to The Sun, American Express Bank recently made moves in court to collect on money owed by Tori and her husband Dean McDermott.
Back in 2016, American Express sued Tori over an unpaid credit card bill. Tori blew off the lawsuit and a judgment was entered in the amount of $87,594.55. American Express is now trying to seize property and assets owned by Tori and Dean.
Tori and Dean faced a separate lawsuit filed by City National Bank over a $205,000 debt.