Broke Tori Spelling is being slammed for allowing her daughter to run a shady slime business that's been dubbed a "scam" by customers, RadarOnline.com can report.
Stella, 10, opened up Stylish Slime By Stella in early 2018 amid her parents' financial woes. Now, Radar has learned that Tori's oldest daughter is accused of making profit on the colorful slime she creates without ever actually mailing out the product!
Angry fans recently swarmed the former Beverly Hills, 90210 actress's social media accounts claiming that they have been waiting months for their slime. One frustrated customer said her 8-year-old daughter saved up $20 all by herself to purchase the slime weeks ago – and has yet to even receive shipping information.
"@torispelling why would you let her continue this 'business' if she's that far in over her head? Why not shut it down, apologize & let her catch up? We would all understand if there was at least a little acknowledgement. Again, we're both so disappointed," the upset mother wrote.
Another fan wrote on Saturday, Jan. 19 that her order was placed on Oct. 31, 2018 and has yet to be delivered.
"Her company is a fraud," the Instagram user wrote. "I'm tired of emailing her. I'm tired of sending DM's (sic) and it's not right if she's a kid or not to take peoples (sic) money."
As Radar readers know, fans raised eyebrows after young Stella opened up shop last year. Tori and Dean's daughter allegedly planned to save profits from the slime business for college.
But sources told Radar that Stella's business came after a heated argument between Tori and her husband, Dean McDermott. Insiders told Radar that the feud stemmed from the couple's monetary issues, and the fact that neither of them have a stable income.
The couple appeared stressed out while spotted holiday shopping last month.
To make matters worse for the Spellings, customers are claiming Tori is intentionally ignoring the problem.
"I've repeatedly sent emails w/ no response…absolutely awful!!" a fan commented on Stella's Instagram account.
Another dubbed the entire business "a scam" after claiming she paid for slime three months ago and still has not received it.
Do you think Tori is to blame for her daughter's alleged shady business? Sound off in the comments!
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