Little rich girl-turned-Lifetime reality star Tori Spelling once complained she was so broke, her family couldn’t afford a vasectomy for husband Dean McDermott — and now mother Candy is revealing why the Mystery Girls actress just can’t hang onto money.
“She would close a store and drop $50,000 to $60,000,” Candy told the New York Times in a new interview. “I never did anything like that. She just went crazy.”
Tori’s outlandish spending habits, Candy, 68, explains in the story, are the reason the star only inherited $800,000 from her late TV producer father Aaron’s multi-million dollar estate after he passed away in 2006.
‘It’s not my fault I’m an uptown girl stuck in a midtown life,” she recently said. “I was raised in opulence. My standards are ridiculously high. We can’t afford that lifestyle, but when you grow up silver spoon it’s hard to go plastic.”
In addition to their financial concerns, Tori and McDermott, 47, are famously in the middle of a marital crisis: The couple of eight years fought to save their relationship after the actor cheated with a younger woman in their Lifetime reality show, True Tori.