“90210” star Tori Spelling says she is no long feuding Mommy Dearest, Candy Spelling, following years of discord between the two stars.
The actress was asked by Cohen about the current status of her turbulent relationship with Candy.
Tori told Cohen that, “it’s good, really good right now.” She was asked about Candy selling her father Aaron’s famous Beverly Hills estate (where she was raised) as she now lives in a massive luxury L.A. condo.
Tori said it’s called “the manor in the sky” and that her kids think, “grandma lives in a hotel”.
Tori’s father, Aaron Spelling, passed away in 2005, leaving behind an estate worth an estimated $500 million. The money was expected to be divided between Candy, Tori and her brother Randy.
Candy was named the executor of the estate with power to divide the money as she wished.
At the time she was estranged from Tori but not Randy. She decided to only give Tori and Randy a total of $800,000 from the massive estate.
— Candy Spelling (@CandySpelling) July 28, 2019
Over the years, their relationship has been extremely rocky, with each star taking public shots at the other.
Tori has had financial issues over the years with numerous tax liens, lawsuits and currently facing a $219,000 battle with a bank.
The actress does appear to be in an upswing with the “90210” reboot and announcing a live nationwide tour with Jennie Garth.
The two actresses and close friends announced Monday; “JENNIE GARTH & TORI SPELLING LIVE: A NIGHT TO REMEMBER,” which will begin in November.
The details of the show are a tad slim, with both women promising the show will be “filled with memories and laughs, and of course a ton of fun,” at an event best described as an “interactive, live talk show” hosted by Jennie & Tori.