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'Broke' Tori Spelling Shells Out $10,000 On Thanksgiving Vacation Getaway

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Nov. 29 2013, Published 2:54 p.m. ET

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Tori Spelling cries about being "broke" every chance she gets, but incredibly, the poor little rich girl just shelled out an estimated $10,000 for a Thanksgiving vacation getaway, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.

The former Beverly Hills 90210 star, her husband Dean McDermott,  their four kids, Dean's son Jack from his previous marriage, and a nanny headed to the ritzy St. Regis Monarch Bay Resort in Dana Point, Calif., on Wednesday for some holiday R & R.

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Tori tweeted, "So excited 2get out of LA 4 #thanksgiving!  Some quality family time, just Me, Dean, Jack, Liam, Stella, Hattie, & Finn.  Packed up and on the road."

She failed to mention they were headed to one of the poshest resorts around!

The following day, Tori posted an instagram photo  of daughters Stella, 5, and Hattie, 2, in matching GAP outfits, taken on the balcony of an oceanfront room.

And RadarOnline.com has learned the group booked three rooms at more than $500 each for the four-day holiday weekend--and had no problem handling other hotel expenses, such as a $35 per day parking fee and Thanksgiving buffet costing $115 per adult and $35 per child.  Tori spent even more for the other meals and activities!

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It all adds up to close to $10,000.

That's sure to raise the eyebrows of Tori watchers after she recently claimed financial hard times in her memoir, Spelling It Like It Is.

After plugging her book, however, as RadarOnline.com has reported, the reality TV star went on a spending spree at Target, Gap Kids and Baby Gap.

And her children were seen wearing the new clothes at the St. Regis!

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